I guess I am somewhat confused about all the neutrino press as of late that I'm afraid there are conflicting articles and although there are many related questions similar to mine my wording may be more to the point.
Does the neutrino have a mass?
and has it been measured experimentally? (At the LHC perhaps?)
And related to this one must ask "Does the Standard Model of Particle physics require the neutrino to have no mass or is the neutrino mass one of those add hoc parameters added to the model in order to make it consistent with experimentation?
And of course last but not least if it does have mass is the Higgs the mechanism by which this happens?