Specifically, if the LHC were to produce the elusive hypothetical particle called the Higgs bosun, its creation could be so disastrous to, well, existence as we know it, that something (the universe?) is preventing us from discovering it.
Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto, and Holger Bech Nielsen of the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, theorize that repeated failures to produce the Higgs bosun (remember the Superconducting Super Collider?) aren't just due to chance or bad design.
(Some people even think that turning on the LHC will destroy the planet.)
What could be doing this? Nielson has even tossed around the G-word. “Well, one could even almost say that we have a model for God,” he writes. If so, it seems “that He rather hates Higgs particles, and attempts to avoid them.”