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Expect the unexpected from Higgs boson physics

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Present data is consistent with the supposition that a single condensing scalar state, the Higgs boson, can be added to the Standard Model to give mass to all elementary particles. However, I argue that effective field theory concepts applied to the Higgs boson suggests that we should expect alterations to the simple Higgs boson collider predictions. I motivate a few examples that cover a large class of possible theories, and detail some collider physics implications for both low-luminosity searches of Higgs bosons and high luminosity searches at the LHC .

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