1. "If it looks like a Higgs, swims like a Higgs, and quacks like a Higgs, in the world of particle physics, it doesn’t necessarily mean it is the Higgs,” says Ian O’Neill at Discovery News.

    What if scientists actually didn’t discover the Higgs boson?


  2. Heh. 

    Pat Bagley, © 2012 Cagle Cartoons

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    CAMERON CARDOW © 2012 Cagle Cartoons

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  4. 'Tantalizing hints' of the 'God particle'?

    The Higgs is quite difficult to find, largely because if it exists, it disappears or transforms into another particle so quickly that it can’t be measured. But two giant teams of CERN scientists announced on Tuesday that they’d seen “tantalizing hints” of the particle after “sifting debris from high-energy proton collisions,” saying a definitive conclusion could be reached as soon as Summer 2012. What did exactly they find?