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This is one of the most amazing discoveries of our time. If it holds up, then this will certainly be a moment that history remembers. Hey, maybe everyone doesn't "get" the implications, the profound insight of this, but that doesn't matter. This is a fundamental part of our universe.
Good luck CERN researchers and collaborators.
I've put together a "Top 10 List of Remarks Overheard at the Discovery of the Higgs Boson" -- please add your own if you hear any --