What is your bet – are there or aren’t there Higgs particles out there?

If there indeed are Higgs particles out there, as particle physicists assert to “think they have got”, then quantum mechanics is wrong, because then there isn’t any theoretical contradiction or practical result of the double-slit experiment to be explained by Planck constant and Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Then, the double-slit experiment is simply wrong, and the theoretical contradiction is instead explained by a contradictory particle.

I, however, bet that it is the other way around, ie, that there aren’t any Higgs particles out there.  What is your bet – are there or aren’t there Higgs particles out there?

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