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Does Higgs boson discovery mean String Theory is dead?

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posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 12:00 AM
recently i have been doing some simple drawing like the infinity circle spiral and triangle etc etc. Just finished reading some initial finds by our awesome scientist regarding string but @ 1st look. it seems like sperm to me. What triggers me is if thats X then where's Y?

So while I was drawing female nude bodies, I was thinking then shouldnt be there's a partical like the female wombs that can produce the eggs for a period of time so to merge with the sperm to create life? Somehow I come across Higgs boson and I was wondering since they use water as an example to described it's formless and we humans are mostly made up of that kind of particals. Is HB = Y?

Forgive me for my lack of science knowledge (in fact i am only interested in visual art studies and religion studies of all kinds) and I am not a scientist or any great being but in my mind was wondering. What if x = string?

X (string/sperm) + Y (higgs boson/egg) = the origin of life?

My apology for sounding like an amatuer but just would like to learn more about the origin of life itself rather asking myself again & agaian. Why not posting this ridiculars question of mine?
or theres already someone who had the same idea which i am still pondering about?

posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 12:29 AM
Hi its me again. just seems like words are pointless.

how about visual then?

Sperm -,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&wrapid=tlif136237824893210&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isc h&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi& now%252F%3B400%3B300

String -

Egg -
fertized egg - llopian_tube.jpg

Higgs Boson -

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