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There is a God.

He has a Book.



The Science of Existence
(posted: September 2012)

* All scripture references are from the New King James Version (NKJV) of the Bible, unless otherwise noted.

“... the Higgs boson (God particle) helps explain nothing less than why our existence is possible. The particle ... is the very reason any matter at all exists in the universe.”3

                                                                 Cathedral of Science 3
                                                                 Time - July 23, 2012

5 For this they willingly forget: that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of water and in the water, ... 7 But the heavens and the earth which are now preserved by the same word ...

                                                                 II Peter 3: 5, 7

    1. The discovery of the particle that allows the universe to exist, the Higgs boson, was announced by physicists on July 4, 2012. The enormity of the find seemed to transcend the physical universe and approach the spiritual, as described in the article" Cathedral of Science." 3 Many articles have since been written about the invisible “God particle” that makes all things possible. As with any major scientific discovery, the Higgs boson, or God particle, can be found woven into the pattern of chapters it is linked to in the Bible by its date of record.

A simulated Higgs-event

The date of record for any historical event is the date most closely associated with that event. For the Higgs boson, it is July 4, 2012. It is important for scoffers out there to realize that the link is by date and not by topic. The topic is found within the chapters that the event is linked to by the pattern formulas that never change. The year pattern and day pattern formulas are constant; they work the same way every time.

  • Year pattern for July 4th, 2012/Hebrew Year 5772 (Psalm 12, 112, 72).
    1. Psalm 12:3, 4 [God’s view of the glory emanating from the “Cathedral of Science.” 3]
              3. May the Lord cut off flattering lips, and the tongue that
                   speaks proud things,
              4. who have said, “With our tongue we will prevail; our
                   lips are our own; who is Lord over us?

            “ ‘My God!’ Gianotti exclaimed, jumping up in her chair
                after she had been brought the readouts proving that
                the Higgs had been found. Maybe it was just an
                exclamation but the empiricist took care to correct
                herself at the press conference later. ‘Thanks, nature!’
                she called out.”

                "The Cathedral of Science: The elusive Higgs boson
                is at last found - and the universe gets a little less

                [How difficult it is for scientists to believe.]

    1. Psalm 112:4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 [Peter Higgs’ biography]
              4. Unto the upright there arises light in the
                   darkness; he is
      gracious and full of compassion,
                   and righteous.

                   “Higgs ‘eureka moment’ came in a flash of inspiration
                     during a walking trip ...”

                   “Higgs has repeatedly resisted requests for interviews
                     and comments, insisting that the limelight should
                     be taken by the scientists who have proved his
                     theory is correct.”

              6. Surely he will never be shaken; the righteous
                   will be in everlasting remembrance.

             “... the theory was ridiculed ... . His first paper was
               rejected ... . Despite the slights, Higgs ... was
               convinced his idea was right, although he never
               envisioned being able to prove it.”

        7. He will not be afraid of evil tidings; his heart is
              steadfast ...

             “... other scientists accused him and his colleagues of
               failing to grasp the basic principles of physics.”

              “... the theory was ridiculed by some of the most
               respected minds of the time.”

              “Despite the slights, Higgs ... was convinced his idea
                was right, ...”

        8. His heart is established; he will not be afraid,
             until he sees his desire upon his enemies.

             “Upon publication in 1964, (Higgs) and his colleagues
               were ridiculed as young pretenders and urged to
               abandon their research or risk professional suicide!”

             “Wednesday (July 4, 2012), the scientific community
               was united in its praise for Higgs. Astrophysicist
               Stephen Hawking said Higgs deserved a Nobel Prize
               for his work.”

        9. ... His horn will be exalted with honor.

             “... the scientific community was united in its
               praise ... . ... Higgs deserved a Nobel Prize ...”

     10. The wicked will see it and be grieved; he will gnash his
             teeth and melt away; ...

             “... recalled a galling encounter with
               Werner Heisenberg, the German physicist who gave
               his name to the famous ‘uncertainty principle’ of
               quantum mechanics.”

    1. Psalm 72:5, 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 19 [The weightiness or mass of God]
              5. They shall fear You as long as the sun and
                   moon endure throughout all generations.

                   “The Higgs boson helps to explain how fundamental
                     particles gain their mass, a property that allows them
                     to bind together and form stars and planets ... .”

                   “(without the Higgs boson) - the planets, suns, and
                     galaxies, nebulae, moons, comets, dogs, and people
                     do not exist.”

                   “... Higg boson helps explain why our existence is

              6. He shall come down like rain upon the grass
                   before mowing, like showers that water the
      [Higgs field]

                   “Higgs preposed that an invisible field strewn across
                     space gives mass to atoms.”

                   “... existing in an invisible field, that stretches across
                     the universe. Higgs bosons ‘stick’ to fundamental
                     particles of matter, dragging on them.”

                   “... the universe is filled with an energy field through
                     which energetic particles must move the way an
                     airplane has to push its way through a stiff

                     [or driving rain perhaps]

              7. In His days the righteous shall flourish, an
                   abundance of peace until the moon is no more.

                   “(without) the Higgs, then ... moons ... do not exist.”3

                   “People ask why it’s so important to discover the
                     particle that gives mass. But without mass, the
                     universe would not be the way it is.”

              8. He shall have dominion from sea to sea, and from the
                   River to the ends of the earth.
                   [Dominion over both liquids and solids]

                   “Without so-called God particles, one Fermilab
                     theorist tells me, ‘atoms would have no integrity,
                     ... no stable structures - no liquids or solids - and
                     of course no physicists and no reporters’.”

          17a. His name shall endure forever; His name
                    shall endure as long as the sun.
                    over time and stars]

             “... using a $10-billion super-sized particle accelerator
               designed to uncover the secrets of the universe.”

             “... Higgs bosons ... allow them (fundamental
              particles) to bind together to form stars.”

             “(without the Higgs boson) - then ... suns ... don’t

     17b. ... and men shall be blessed in Him, ...

             “My mother calls me all the time and asks, ‘Have you
               found God yet?’ “

                                                                 Jacob Konigsberg, physicist
                                                                 University of Florida

             “Actually many physicists cringe at the highly
               charged nickname, ‘the God particle’. They
               prefer to call it ‘the Higgs’.”

             “The boson ... goes to the very essence of everything.
               We stopped for a moment to contemplate something
               far, far bigger than ourselves. And when that
               happened, faith and physics ... shared an embrace.”

     18. Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel, who only
             does wondrous things

             “(Dr. Gianotti) and her colleagues were grappling with
               something bigger than mere physics, something that
               defies the mathematical and brushes up - at least
               fleetingly - against the spiritual.”

     19. And blessed be His glorious name forever! And
            let the whole earth be filled with His glory. ...


            [This is the verse that actually identifies the God
            particle, the particle that gives mass or weight to solid
            objects, without which there would be no material
            universe. So how does this verse link so specifically to
            the Higgs boson? It’s in the definition of the word
            “glory” as used in Psalm 72:19.]

             glory: from the Hebrew (kabod)
              - weight, heaviness, honour

                                                    Young’s Analytical Concordance

           “But why is it so important to discover the particle that
             gives mass?”

           “The Higgs boson ... is the very reason any mass at all
             exists in the universe.”

           “If (no Higgs boson) - then planets, suns, galaxies,
             nebulae, moons, comets, dogs, and people
             don’t exist.”

    1. Conclusion
      We can recognize the Higgs boson by the footprint it leaves behind.

                  “Evidence to support the existence of the Higgs is indirect. In
                    the same way that we cannot see the wind, we infer its
                    existence and strength from leaves or flags or other objects
                    that it moves.”

      We can recognize God the same way. The year patterns and day patterns in the scriptures, linking to history, serve as footprints of God across the sands of time.

      Substitute the word "God" for the words “God particle” in the following quote and you get a pretty good idea of the importance of God.

If there were no God - “then planets, suns, galaxies, nebulae, moons, comets, dogs and people don’t exist.” Exactly.

- The whole universe is filled with His glory. -



  1. “God particle‘ does exist: scientists; The Vancouver Sun; July 5, 2012
  2. The Race for the Secret of the Universe; Parade; July 26, 2009
  3. The Cathedral of Science: The elusive Higgs boson is at last found - and the universe gets a little less mysterious; Time; July 23, 2012