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Can the Higgs Boson Destroy the Universe?

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In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus talks on the warning issued by Professor Hawkin who said the Higgs Boson could destroy the universe without warning if charged too much.  The warning was made in the book "Starmus."  

Sacerdotus uses his knowledge of physics to explain how this can happen and the chances of it occurring in reality. Ever since colliders were built, some in the physics community have been worried of the effects colliding particles may have.  It is possible that a black hole can be created which would absorb the Earth.  

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