I just can say that this is an awesome news for the science in whole, especially physics.
In a way, it’s really not.
See, we expected to find the Higgs boson right where we found it, so we haven’t really learned anything we didn’t already know.
It might have been more awesome to not find the Higgs at 125GeV, but somewhere unexpected — or even to not find it at all. That would force us to find new physics to explain its absence.
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