“Has the Higgs boson finally been detected? It’s almost gotten to the point that if a discovery of some sort doesn’t come out of next week’s update on the multibillion-dollar subatomic search, it’ll be a big surprise. But how far will the announcement go, and what will it mean for the future of physics?”
Now how this thing is able to determine the mass or lack of it in other particles and still not be able to be found is beyond, way beyond me. And how it can be if they make one that they are ubiquitous is another question.