Symmetry: Four things physicists still wonder about the Higgs boson

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Symmetry: Four things physicists still wonder about the Higgs boson

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https://www.symmetrymagazine.org/articl ... 6izpfg5OF0

The clean electron-positron collider is the best bet for learning more.
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Interesting article notFritz...thanks
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