It's a "physical" event, but not a physical thing. Same with all the other "particles". They can't see them, either.<quoted text> You do understand it is a physical thing?
I mean that they aren't something that can't be physically seen?
It is way more massive than a proton or neutron. Should have been a lot easier to find if it existed.
Particles are swirls of "energy" flow. Observing apparatus uses swirling "energy" flows to observe. To detect there has to be something to "bounce" off of, or means to measure the effect of the observing apparatus' applied energy has on something else as it gets channeled through the maze. Such as if the swirl falls into line with a swirl in the observed. That increase has to affect something else that can then be read. They do something like that with their deductions determining the other particles, and the Higgs's itself. The splattering technique.
They are missing the swirl patterns. Actually they are observing the effects, but because they can't see the patterns, they call it a particle. That is where you get the quarks and all these other things. It is really just flows bumping around each other and in loops.
There ain't a damned solid particle to be had. That is why they have these charge fields and sophistric bullshit.
I explained the basic process last night.
Flows create polarities because of direction of motion and direction of spin. Motion of space is the only real "force". Particles are just markers of where they collide and combine.
They worship idols.