Prominent scientists at the CERN institute in Geneva believe they may have to re-evaluate the recent discovery of the Higg's Boson or as it’s more commonly known 'The God Particle'.
The Scientific community and the general populace are on tenterhooks for confirmation of the findings as many consider the news to be the most important scientific discovery since that bread grew mould. There has been no official statement from CERN as yet but several purportedly official reports have been leaked stating that the seemingly unobtainable particle is actually a ping pong ball.
Some have found the news somewhat anti-climactic and others are revelling in self-satisfaction claiming they already suspected it was the case long before billions was spent to build the large hadron collider at CERN. Respected physicist Jonathan Simms stated " I knew it was a ping-pong ball all along, granted the ball might have a bit of nuclear in it but it is a ping-pong ball nonetheless".
If the rumours prove to be true it could potentially redefine how we view the universe. Some scientists are already tentatively renaming the big bang to the big whack and suspicion is rife of ping-pong bat involvement. A handful of experts refer to it as a table-tennis.