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Comment 9 by Alex, adv. diab.

Thanx that really goes to crystal clarity...

But I understand my confusion a little better...cheers!

So if the Higgs signature is rated at 125 GeV...that would explain why I come across the odd sentence about it being a light one...does that mean a heavy Higgs would be above 125 GeV? say 140 or 150 GeV More energy more mass potential is my thinking there.... But I was under the illusion that they had already checked there?

Tue, 13 Dec 2011 10:48:11 UTC | #898556