And they can even provide scientists with a direct and fully observable view of that very elusive God Particle. And while the name of the divine particle may ring a bell to many, it is still not as well-known as the enormous device used to finally demonstrate its existence: the Large Hadron Collider. After turning on the LHC and smashing protons and observing what was happening, the scientists were practically certain that they had conclusively observed the so-called God particle, even though they hadn't seen it. First, the publisher did not allow us to call it the Damned Particle, given its evil nature and the expenses it is causing.
And the Lord sighed and said: Go, let's go down and give them the God Particle there so they can see how beautiful the universe I created is. One way to eliminate this problem is now quite well understood, the phenomenon of confinement that occurs in the QCD, in which strong interactions eliminate massless gluon states over long distances. First, the publisher did not allow us to call it the Damned Particle, although that might be a more appropriate title, given its evil nature and the expenses it is causing. Just like watching a miracle before your eyes without seeing God or an angel perform it, a certain amount of faith is still required to understand and explain it.
All of this quantum physics worked perfectly well on paper and proved effective over and over again in the lab and in the real world.