most of visible mass of universe has nothing to do with higgs particle
Actually, most of the mass of the proton and neutron and therefore essentially all other visible mass in the universe is mostly coming from the strong interaction. A proton consists of three valence quarks which make up just about a % of the proton's mass and the interaction - Quantum chromo dynamics QCD makes up the rest. The Higgs gives the quarks its mass, but QCD is responsible for the whole rest. That's why I am actually studying the structure of the Proton which is currently studied also at accelerators at CERN, BNL and JLAB.