So what do people think about the impact the higgs boson will have on currently held scientific concepts like string theory and relativity?
I'm personally of the belief that it's existence disproves the dimensional theory that we have now, since it would mean we would have to reformulate every scientific formula that applies to mass and energy transferal with the inclusion of the understanding we gain from the higgs.
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Science is always learning and correcting itself. It's really a student not a teacher. So personally every formula science has made in the past can totally be changed so if this will cause it then it would be pretty cool I think Shrug
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It should have happened. Relative movement was nothing, but a math moving backward from Newton's sane principles, and Euclidean geometry. Naturalism is perhaps the most suitable view on the problem. Relativism was uphold more with religious & metaphysical opinions, not with core material atheistic principles.