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They can't be the same thing. As Wikipedia says, it's possible to calculate certain properties of glueballs from QCD, including their masses, and the masses don't come close to what we've observed for the Higgs boson. Also, the Higgs doesn't have color charge, so it doesn't interact with gluons, whereas a glueball would. That would make a large difference in ...
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