Friday, July 20, 2012
Lord Bonkers' Diary: In praise of the Ken Higgs boson
As I have recorded here before, we gave up our attempt to split the atom early here in Rutland, finding them Terribly Fiddly. However, I am enthused by talk of a new subatomic particle by the name of the ‘Higgs boson’.
For this, I surmise, must be named for the Lancashire, Leicestershire and England seamer Ken Higgs, presumably because it has a broad bottom and can reel off a string of maiden overs even when the pitch is not helpful.
It’s just a shame that one will need a powerful pair of field glasses to see it.
Previously in Lord Bonkers' Diary