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Higgs Boson 99.999% certain at 125.5GeV

RobHart (70431) writes | more than 2 years ago


RobHart (70431) writes "CERN has announced that it has reached the critical 5 sigma level of certainty for the Higgs Boson at 125.5 GeV."
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125.5GeV? (1)

hcs_$reboot (1536101) | more than 2 years ago | (#40539411)

Does somebody mind to explain why a particle that gives mass is... that heavy? (no pun intended, just my total ignorance. Intuitively I'd thought it'd be very light)
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