Scientists are preparing to reveal their latest findings from the LHC in a seminar on December 13th.
It isn't clear exactly what will be announced, fuelling speculation that the "God particle" might have been found or that new evidence has been discovered to conclude whether or not it exists. "It is anticipated there may be some interest in this because we collected five times more data this year than we anticipated," said Dr Alan Barr. "This is enough to give pointers of what is happening – whether there is a Higgs boson, there is no Higgs boson, or there is something completely different, and even more interesting. "
"At a special meeting at the Cern laboratory near Geneva in Switzerland, scientists from the two main experiments targeting the Higgs boson will disclose their latest findings."
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