How come that higgs boson hasn't been found yet? According to wikipedia,The non-observation of clear signals leads to an experimental lower bound for the Standard Model Higgs boson mass of 114.4 GeV at 95% confidence level. Since the Ferimlab Tevatron has 10 times more power for the particle collisions, shouldn't be rational to confirm Higgs boson's existence experimentally? I've read that LHC startup is at about 10TeV. Does this mean that LHC MUST observe Higgs boson (if it really exists of course!)?