CERN is confident it has found a Higgs boson

Scientists say they're confident the particle they discovered is a Higgs boson, though it remains to be seen whether it's the version according to the Standard Model of Particle Physics. The European Organization for Nuclear Research's initial tests indicate the particle has the expected positive parity. If it doesn't, physicists say an alternative explanation will be needed.

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