Relativity and Cosmology


Planck Mass Plasma Roton Solution of the Cosmological Constant Problem

Authors: F Winterberg

The failure by the large hadron collider to detect supersymmetry and the Higgs particle, suggests to replace supersymmetry with another fundamental symmetry, for example the symmetry of the Planck mass plasma where the vacuum is made up by an equal number of positive and negative Planck mass particles. The Planck mass plasma has for each mass component a phonon-roton spectrum and it can explain the observed small positive cosmological constant. The masses of the elementary particles are here explained by the gravitational field energy of pole-dipole particles, which explain Dirac spinors as composed from gravitationally interacting positive and negative masses.

Comments: 9 pages, submitted to Physical Review D, comments and criticisms are welcome

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[v1] 18 May 2011

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