A compressed spring has more mass

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Yoron, by the way, I read in the popular press (I forget where) that the fermilab has confirmed the existence of the Higgs with a certainty of 240 to 1, but in particle physics the threshold is 750 to 1 before a discovery can be announced. Is that true? It was reported in the pop press so I'm a little leery of trusting them even though the author was a particle physicist at MIT or something like that.
 

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