Over at the BBC I'm reading Paul Rincon's Higgs Boson-like Particle Discovery Claimed at LHC.
'They claimed that by combining two data sets, they had attained a confidence level just at the "five-sigma" point - about a one-in-3.5 million chance that the signal they see would appear if there were no Higgs particle.
'However, a full combination of the CMS data brings that number just back to 4.9 sigma - a one-in-two million chance.'
Add to which:
'Dr Pippa Wells, a member of the Atlas experiment, said that several of the decay paths already showed deviations from what one would expect of the Standard Model Higgs.'
Or to put it another way - when the Sasquatch hunter's trap was finally triggered but all he could see was duck prints he suddenly realised he'd made the world-shaking new discovery Sasquatch have webbed feet.