The European Laboratory for Particle Physics, CERN, near Geneva believes they have discovered a particle that is consistent with the Higgs Boson (A.K.A. God Particle). Although the result is preliminary, a tour-de-force of sophisticated statistical analyses put the overall probably of an accurate result at five standard deviation or 99.9999426697%. Two independent teams verified the results.
The U.S. Department of Energy scientists have found their strongest evidence to date for the Higgs(God) particle. The Tevatron scientists unveiled their latest results on July 2, two days before the highly anticipated announcement of the latest results from the Large Hadron Collider in Europe which are expected to confirm that the God particle which scientists believe accounts for all mass in the universe really exists.