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Posted by Harvey on December 6, 2001 16:47:12 UTC

The mass of the Higgs is probably above 1 TEV and therefore out of the range of the last CERN accelerator (which is now under construction to bring on-line the new CERN accelerator which will probably find the Higgs). Fermi National Labs is still hopeful that they will find the Higgs, but because the limit of Fermi is 1 TEV it is unlikely they will do it. Too bad the Texas thing didn't go through, huh?

Warm regards, Harv

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