seams nearly every week they have discovered the higgs boson but when you read the article its always some hint of it
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Because deeply abstract scientific concepts such as the Standard Model are not verified the same way a driver's license is.
because all the hints add up to it existing - it is something we do not have the science to directly catch or observe, so we have to observe its effects and extrapolate its existence from those theories
If only this applied to sasquatches or yetis . . .
It does. The difference is the "evidence" that is touted isn't just circumstantial, it's either fabricated or evidence of something else entirely.
Yeah, I know . . .