High Energy Particle Physics


Non-Equilibrium Dynamics as Root Cause of Some Anomalies in Particle Physics

Authors: Ervin Goldfain

Despite its remarkable predictive power, the Standard Model for particle physics (SM) leaves out many open questions. Two representative examples are the issue of CP violation and the anomalous magnetic moment of leptons (AMM). Our work develops from the premise that the postulate of unitary evolution no longer holds near or above the scale of electroweak interaction or near the "new physics" sector of SM. Results suggest that CP violation in kaon physics and the AMM problem are manifestations of nonequilibrium dynamics. Numerical predictions are found to be in close agreement with experimental data.

Comments: 16 pages, This contribution is a sequel to a paper published in Hadronic Journal, Vol. 31(6), p.179, 2008.

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