High Energy Particle Physics

   

3-State Higgs-Tquark System

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr

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.

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).

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[v1] 18 Jun 2011

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