In 2010 the Higgs particle has been discovered at CERN. This particle was theoretically predicted; at this time the theory of the Standard Model offers no further predictions concerning new particles.
The latest experimental results from CERN indicate that there is possibly a non-anticipated particle with a very, very large mass (about 800 times as heavy as the proton). While it is sofar a quite uncertain result, it is nonetheless interesting to speculate on the existence of such a particle. In this lecture some speculations on this possibility will be entertained.