RAEL: 'The Higgs Boson particle is but one of an infinite number of ever smaller particles.
While the scientific community stirs with the announcement of discovering the so-called Higgs Boson particle with 99 percent certainty, Rael issued a statement today reminding scientists that finding one particle cannot be taken as the final explanation for the structure of the universe.
“The Higgs Boson scientists are making the same mistake scientists made in the past when they discovered the 'atom,' which at the time meant 'that which cannot be made of something smaller,'" Rael said. "After a while, this Higgs Boson particle will be proven to be made of something smaller. And so on. It will go on like that until scientists start to realize that the universe is infinite in both directions: infinitely small as well as infinitely large. Nothing can exist without being made of something smaller, and nothing can exist without also being part of something larger."
“The infinite structure of the universe is one of the tenets of the Raelian philosophy,” explained Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, spokesperson of the Raelian Movement. “According to the Message given to Rael by the scientists who created us, our planet is but a particle of an atom in the gigantic being of which we are just a part, just as there is intelligent life in the particles of the atoms that compose us. By cranking energy higher and higher during the billions of atomic collisions performed to get the recently announced data, scientists have been able to observe just one more level of the infinitely small."
Boisselier said the process can never be completed, given the infinite nature of the universe described by Rael.
"After billions of additional dollars are spent on billions of additional collisions, more particles will pop up in the data," she said. "Hopefully, some of the thousands of people collaborating to analyze that data will see the patterns, the underlying fractal structure of the infinite universe."
She said Rael has long explained that the current exponential increase in data gathered by scientists will lead to a time where all major scientific principles will be understood.
"Transhumanists call that time the Singularity, and it should occur between 2025 and 2035," Boisselier said.