As a none scientist, I have a hard time understanding aHiggs Field. But I understand even scientist have difficulty understanding it, so I might be in great company.

I have seen several movies about it that explained it very easy for sci-noobs like me,... but after seeing these I am still puzzeled with a lot of open questions.

One of the movies I looked at was this one:

Basically my understanding is this.

Some particles will move slower through the Higgs-Field,... doing so they will gain mass.

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2)Some particles will move faster through the Higgs-Field,... doing so they will have lesser mass then the particle in example one.

But I understand a Higgs Field is every where.

All of the video's I looked at, always and only talked about single particles, they never mentioned multiple particles.

One of the things I do not get yet...

- So now we have a large mass, like earth,.... Is the Higgs Field more condensed here compared to 'empty space'? ...or are there just more particles near large entities, interacting with an universally spread Higgs Field?

If the Higgs Field is universally spread (as portrait in the explainatory movies I watched), regardless of whatever planetary bodies exist within it, ... then why would planetary bodies exist,... if,... though the Higgs Field explains mass and gravity?

Perhaps the Higgs Field and its bosons (already a difficult thing for me to understand) are independant for the dispersal of particles in the universe?

So...

1)You have your Higgs Field, and

2)You have your particles...

The particles will interact with the Higgs Field and the Higgs Field will provide the particle with certain parameters whilst it is interacting with it (which whould be always as Higgs Field is everywhere)

But if the Higgs Field is always interacting with particles, and the Higgs Field is Universally spread... and particles make large Universal structures like the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and so forth,... then what makes them stick together to make these large Universal bodies we can see?

The Higgs Field, condenses near large planetary bodies? This makes no sence to me.

I do not think that was the idea of a Higgs Field,.. so what am I not understanding here?

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My second question is much easier. and most likely a very silly one.

So we build the LHC. We build the LHC to prove the existance of a Higgs Field. The theory is a Higgs Field is every where. Basically the theory is that particles interacting with a Higgs Field will have a certain mass. And I may be getting it horribly wrong here,....It may be the dumbest question you have seen in years...

If a Higgs Field is all over the place, then why would smashing particles into eachother proof the existance for a Higgs boson particle?

I absolutely sincerely appologize for my noobness on this subject. But I really want to know this.