I'm thinking about the two slit experiement. When you place detectors in front of the slits, the single photon of light behaves as if it has mass. But when you take the detectors away, the photon behaves as if it doesn't have mass. Could observation impart mass? Could the higgs boson particle be observation? We are looking at a such a small scale, that the very act of looking alters the action. A single photon of light only behaves like it has mass when we are watching it, because in order to "watch something" it has to have mass. When we look away, the particle has no mass, because it doesn't need to have mass to be perceived. We are looking for the Higgs Boson particle, but what if in a way, "looking" is the particle?