The Higgs Boson is kind of a big deal. If it does exist, it could provide a key to unifying the standard and quantum models of physics. But what is a Higgs Boson, what does it do, and how does it work? With the help of this animated short, UCI physics professor Daniel Whiteson breaks down the basics of this mysterious particle (or is it a field?) in a way even your parents can understand. [Vimeo via Open Culture]
Slightly off topic, but couldn't they get an actual Video Editor who freaking understands actual Aspect Ratio? Or if that's too much, who knows that 99% of videos are in Landscape format because it wastes less space?
Or did some Instamatic addicted Hipster make this on his iPhone and I'm just not hip and ironic enough to appreciate this ironic video in Portrait?