With the recent discovery of a new boson, which is likely to be the elusive Higgs boson, the standard model for particle physics would not be complete. Keep in mind that this only confirms the model that has been used for a long time now. This explains the early moments after the big bang where there was the electroweak force which separated and became the electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces (there’s also the strong nuclear force). This doesn’t unify the theory of gravity. Physicists must still develop a theory of quantum gravity.
This will describe every physical interaction in the universe. This explains all of particle physics, biology, chemistry, etc. Why is DNA in the form of a double helix? See the above! There is a term in here that has, for the longest time, but assumed up until the confirmation of the Higgs boson. Can you find it?
Well, either way, if you found it or if you didn’t here it is.
It’s about thirteen rows from the top on the left. The H here is the Higgs boson.
For more on the standard model of particle physics in an much easier to read format please see this chart.