The Large Hadron Collider discovered the Higgs boson. Hooray! Success for the big machine!
But not really.
The discovery of the Higgs means that an entire era of physics -- in which the so-called Standard Model of particles was theorized and then proven -- has come to an end. And the LHC is not creating any new mysteries to investigate. Physics is following the predictions too closely.
Source: The Atlantic. Read full article. (link)