The Higgs boson is known as the "God" particle because it could provide many clues to unanswered questions about how the universe works and where gravity comes from. Researchers now say they might have seen possible hints of the elusive matter. Scientists at the Tevatron accelerator near Chicago are excitedly analyzing data that could suggest its existence. The Large Hadron Collider in Europe also reported similar, and possibly more robust, findings earlier in the week. But scientists caution the hints of the particle might disappear after further analysis.