NASA photo of a nebula, via Hubble space telescopeThe Large Hadron Collider has picked up tantalizing fluctuations which might – or might not – be hints of the sought-after Higgs boson particle.

One of the primary goals of the collider is to search for hints of the Higgs, which is the last missing piece in most widely accepted theory of particle physics.

Without the Higgs, physicists cannot explain why particles have mass.

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