Is There a Higgs' Boson?

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Scientific Paper
Title Is There a Higgs\' Boson?
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Author(s) Athanassios A Nassikas
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Published 2010
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 7
No. of pages 3
Pages 343-345

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In the near future on the basis of the CERN experiment it will be known whether the standard model is valid or not. This model requires the existence of Higgs' boson; if not detected a new model should be found. In this paper the model proposed is based on the Minimum Contradictions Physics while experimental and theoretical data as the ones related to Santilli's Etherino and a new proposal as well, can show that Higgs' boson is not necessary for the nature's function explanation. Basic element of this point of view is the interaction of the gravitational (g) with the electromagnetic (em) space-time.