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    according to the new research hibbs bosons are responsible for the mass of the atom. where does the hibbs bosons get mass from??

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    Strictly speaking, I believe it is the interaction with the Higgs field which gives particles their mass. The Higgs boson also interacts with the Higgs field and gets its mass from that.

    (Note: Higgs not Hibbs)

    Also, it is not new research; the Higgs mechanism was described in 1964.

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