Tommaso Dorigo reported before ( 2012) an interesting Atlas dual bump.
Three or even more Higgs models in a 3D Rigid String system?
In 1012 the Atlas particle smasher in LHC found two distinct possible Higgs masses around 125GeV.: 123.5 and 126 GeV.
In contrast with Steven Hawking,
Micro black holes do not eat Fermions. So all BHs have a Fermion repelling horizon.
For rigid string models I need a "chiral" vacuum lattice to obtain small mass differences between symmetric propeller shaped particles like Fermions.
Wich seems to be the reason that Fermions can not enter the BH horizon and are pushed away by nose polarisation away from the BH.
Which seems also the origin that we live inside a material universal chiral vacuum lattice filled bubble.