One of the most amazing things about today's announcement is the possible new pathway it opens. If the Higgs is indeed between 117 and 127 GeV, that's actually pretty little, in relative terms. At one point physicists thought it could weigh as much as 600 GeV. If it's small, as these results suggest, that means it must come with another particle to stabilize it. So no matter what we learn with more data, one thing is certain — even more discoveries are yet to come.