CERN scientists say particle is no “super-Higgs”

(Blank Headline Received)By Robert Evans GENEVA (Reuters) – Physicists who found a new elementary particle last year said on Wednesday it looked like a basic Higgs boson rather than any “super-Higgs” that some cosmologists had hoped might open up more exotic secrets of the universe. “It does look like the SM (Standard Model) Higgs boson,” said physicist Brian Petersen of Atlas, one of two research teams working in parallel on the Higgs project at CERN in Switzerland. His assertion, on a slide presentation to a conference at CERN and posted on the Internet, was echoed by the other group. …