# Dogsplaining #4

Heidi the Golden Retriever explains the slight excess in the expected number of gamma rays in the Higgs experiments, using only her eyebrows.

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### 2 Responses to Dogsplaining #4

1. Alejandro says:

The retina sends nerve impulses to the central nervous system of Heidi that acts as a mirror of the objective surrounding world. In the Heidi’s eyes I can see the reflection of Henry showing him a bone tasty. For this, the submissive behaviour of Heidi.

2. John the Plumber says:

Following the above link, I find:
“… the discrepancy between the theoretical prediction and the measured value of the $gg \to H \to \gamma \gamma$ rate, reduces to about one standard deviation when the QCD uncertainties are taken into account.”
That’s exactly what I tell my customers when I’ve fixed their heating and it still doesn’t work.