Michio Kaku on the possible Higgs discovery
One of the constants of the science of physics (well... all science, actually) is that it has a way of doing away with religious claims about the nature of reality. Because let's be honest... religious claims are just tales that primitive people made up. Science is actually based on, y'know, evidence. Here Michio Kaku talks about how the Higgs Boson will allow us to peer where Pope John Paul II once warned Stephen Hawking not to peer – before the big bang, before the so-called "moment of creation".