There seem to be a number of news stories coming out about the possibility of an imminent find of the Higgs Boson @ 125-126GeV: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16074411 So what if the elusive Higgs Boson is finally found? Could this somehow enable us to conquer and manipulate inertia? Would the Higgs field even be relatable to gravity, due to the Equivalence Principle? I've read about future muon-colliders under development which could become "Higgs factories". If one could create sufficiently prodigious Higgs factories, then could this enable manipulation or generation of Higgs fields for some useful purpose - perhaps like propulsion? What are the practical applications of this exotic discovery? Could we directly get something practical out of Higgs particles and how to generate them?