To the untrained eye, that bump at $125$ GeV looks pretty convincing, does it not? But in reality, the situation is still not clear. It is heartening to see the low mass range gradually take shape in the $0$ to $1$ SM band, but unfortunately, we have a long wait to find out the true answer, because far more data will be needed to make firm conclusions. But for now it seems that there is a SM Higgs, after all.
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