High Energy Particle Physics

1106 Submissions

[2] viXra:1106.0042 [pdf] submitted on 18 Jun 2011

3-State Higgs-Tquark System

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Comments: Details of material in the paper can be found on my web site and in my long E8 physics paper. The paper contains links to both. There is also a link to a cartoon (click on the hat on the last page).

The 8-dimensional Kaluza-Klein spacetime of my E8 physics model, with the Higgs as a Tquark condensate, produces a Higgs-Tquark system with 3 states: low mass (Tquark mass consistent with the 120-160 GeV/c2 CDF Wjj 2011 bump) mid mass (Tquark mass consistent with conventional Tquark mass) high mass (Tquark mass around 218 GeV/c2) The three predicted Higgs mass states (around 146, 182 and 239 GeV/c2) should be verified or refuted by LHC by the end of 2012, if not earlier. Some implications for the future of large-collaboration physics beyond 2012 are briefly discussed, inevitably intermeshed with the future of the global financial/ political system.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:1106.0010 [pdf] submitted on 7 Jun 2011

Particle Masses Without Higgs Mechanism and Supersymmetry

Authors: F. Winterberg
Comments: 10 pages

The non-observation of the Higgs boson and supersymmetry in the most recent high energy physics data, suggests to consider the conjectured Planck mass plasma as a potential alternative. In it supersymmetry is replaced by the assumption that the vacuum of space is densely filled in equal numbers with positive and negative Planck mass particles, and the Higgs field by the gravitational field of interacting large positive with likewise large negative mass quasiparticles of the Planck mass plasma, giving these positive-negative mass configurations a small positive gravitational field mass. From this configuration the Dirac equation can be derived, with the fermions of the standard model composed of large positive and negative masses.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics