What may prove more elusive than the nature of the Higgs Boson is the quest to find how can curly hair be controlled. Just as the inner nature of things be revealed in art (Instudio), it is much the same with curls, according to Todd Kelly of Arlington Salon, who explored both sides of the equation, keeping curls intact and taming them.
In the dual nature of the world, a male wants to keep natural curl as dictated by the female element. The female wants to straighten curls out in the eternal quest for making hair manageable since it is impossible for female to resign to publishing technique of shaking hair like a dog after getting out of the shower. The female needs something that will take hours of upkeep.
Either way, the necessary layering could be analogous to the layering of reality in string theory and the postulation that the vast majority of mass and energy in the universe is dark—that is it cannot be perceived by our senses—so we say, though we feel its effects every time we do not go flying off into outer space at the speed of light.
What kind of universe is that in which the default that never changes is to be on the move literally at blinding speed, inertia consists not of lying on the couch but traveling at 186.000 miles per second. And imagine that a four drive to the beach is much more stressful in proportion to the extent to which it is not restful It is in this astrophysical supercollider that the stylist has to get the knack of letting curl find its own weight and definition.
All done partly by arithmetic clipping but mostly by intuition, without the benefit of a $10 billion underground experiment, hidden instead on Arlington Avenue on Southside, not under a mountain in Switzerland.
Curly hair raises many of the same questions of subatomic physics. Does curly hair have properties of particle( i.e. mass), or does it behave as a wave. Can it be in two places at once? The answer without consulting Stephen Hawking is yes.
Can the nature of the universe be discovered there? Curly hair both contains and unlocks many otherwise inexplicable forces in our everyday reality, much more so than any Higgs Boson particle.