In this 2-minute video, David Kaplan explains how the search for hidden symmetries leads to discoveries like the Higgs boson.
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David Kaplan is a theoretical particle physicist at Johns Hopkins University and a producer of the award-winning documentary Particle Fever. Filming for this video by Petr Stepanek. Editing and motion graphics by Ryan Griffin. Music by Kevin MacLeod.
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