Of course, the real question is: will researchers at the LHC find the Higgs boson -- the hypothetical "god particle" that researchers hope will shed light on some of the universe's greatest mysteries. The short answer is: Not tomorrow. Or the next day. It will likely be months before the huge amounts of data can be analyzed and solid scientific discoveries can be made. But researchers hope to have a better grasp on dark matter, dark energy and some of astrophysics's other unknowns by the end of the year.