Andrew Oh-Willeke mentions (in a blog post whose headline observation is the same as that made by Dharwadker and Khachatryan) that the Higgs VEV is approximately twice the mass of the LHC's maybe-Higgs. This is one of a set of numerological connections between t, H, W and Z that have been on my list of items to ponder. Obviously I need to rush into print with those observations now, or else Andrew and others will get all the credit (when they figure it out for themselves)...
So, first item: top mass is approximately sqrt(2) times Higgs mass, Higgs VEV is approximately sqrt(2) times top mass. This is an extra twist on the basic observation that Higgs VEV is approximately two times Higgs mass.
Second item... This one isn't an observation so much as a conjunction of observations. I've already blogged Malcolm Mac Gregor's observation that m_top =approx m_W + m_Z. (He has a new paper today with lots of hadron numerology.) One then needs to consider this alongside the Dharwadker-Khachatryan observation (prediction, actually) that m_Higgs = m_W + 1/2 m_Z, and finally alongside the observation from the first item that m_top =approx sqrt(2) m_Higgs.
If you set the two expressions for m_top equal to each other, you get that m_W + m_Z "equals" sqrt(2) x (m_W + 1/2 m_Z), which would be true if m_W = 1/sqrt(2) m_Z, which isn't true. But maybe it's true "to zeroth order"? ... in the same unknown (and possibly nonexistent) theoretical framework where all these relationships aren't just coincidences.