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By the end of 2014, will data collected at the Large Hadron Collider strongly suggest that the Higgs boson like resonance discovered at CERN in 2012 has properties not easily accommodated within the particle physics Standard Model?

For the purpose of this question, a strong claim made by either the CMS collaboration or by the ATLAS collaboration, perhaps in a paper posted to arxiv.org, will be deemed sufficient. The strong claim must come from either CMS or ATLAS, and it must be backed by the collaboration.



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