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Is There a God Particle? 

Scientists have hunted for a particle to explain how matter came to exist in the universe. In 2012 they found it - the Higgs Boson, the God Particle. But the discovery raises many questions. And what if we owe our existence something else?

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Geoffrey Sharp

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Episode credited cast:
Morgan Freeman ... Himself - Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Albert de Roeck Albert de Roeck ... Himself - Experimental Physicist
John Ellis John Ellis ... Himself - Theoretical Physicist, Cern
Lyndon Evans Lyndon Evans ... Himself - Director, Cern (as Lyn Evans)
Patrick Fox Patrick Fox ... Himself - Theoretical Physicist, Fermilab
Howard Georgi Howard Georgi ... Himself - Particle Physicist, Harvard University
Dan Hooper Dan Hooper ... Himself - Theoretical Physicist, Fermilab
Joe Incandela Joe Incandela ... Himself - Particle Physicist, Cern
Francesco Sannino Francesco Sannino ... Himself - Theoretical Physicist, Univ. of Southern Denmark, Odense
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Scientists have hunted for a particle to explain how matter came to exist in the universe. In 2012 they found it - the Higgs Boson, the God Particle. But the discovery raises many questions. And what if we owe our existence something else?

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Documentary

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20 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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