I sincerely hope that the LHC people are measuring the real thing and not a leak of uranium somewhere. This is the plot of nuclear yields for spontaneous fission, extracted from wikipedia. The horizontal axis is atomic mass number and we can use 1 amu = 931.49 GeV. Some of you can remember that I already did the try in 2004, when the Higgs was conjectured to be 115 GeV, but at that time I did not found the plot online and I went instead with some NUDAT data plus nuclear stability. Well, now that the CERN has nailed the Higgs, I keep wondering: is there some way for the electroweak particles to cause this? Some enhancement of the allowed phase space for decays?