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the question today: "Howdy,
The Higgs boson turned out to be a massive particle from what I
understand. It is also supposed to be a field through which
everything moves. So, there must be a lot of them, I reason. So,
could this be the missing mass of the universe? Maybe there is some
obvious reason that it is not, but I have not heard the idea mentioned
and it seems obvious to me."