The paper related to the “discovery” of the Higgs boson was finally published and is freely available here. The paper gives us insight into how scientists today think.
The title is:
“Observation of a new boson at a mass of 125 GeV with the CMS experiment at the LHC”.
We are initially baffled by the question: how can Higgs boson has mass, since it is the “thing” that creates mass in the first place?
But we would wish this was the only problem…
Not too far ahead, one reads:
The mass mH of the SM Higgs boson is not predicted by theory. However, general considerations , ,  and  suggest that mH should be smaller than ∼1 TeV, while precision electroweak measurements imply that mH<152 GeV at 95% confidence level (CL) .
In other words…
It is not that we do not know why and how Higgs has mass, we do not actually know how much it is!
And YET, based on measurements that “IMPLY” a range of mass, we can base our conclusions on ONE experiment and tell the world that we “discovered” the… “particle of God”…!!!!
Well, if God could be found so easily, He would not be worth finding after all…