Authors: Frank Dodd (Tony) Smith Jr.
2/fb of LHC data presented at Lepton-Photon 2011 indicates 3 Higgs state peaks: low mass state (Higgs mass around 145 GeV) middle mass state (Higgs mass around 180 GeV) high mass state (Higgs mass around 240 GeV) so the Higgs is not a simple single particle but is part of a 3-state Higgs-Tquark system based on Higgs as a Tquark condensate similar to descriptions in the works of Yamawaki, Hashimoto, et al in hep-ph/9603293, hep-ph0311165, etc. The 3 Higgs-Tquark state system is not only consistent with my E8 Physics model but also are consistent with Gfitter ElectroWeak plots from Higgs Hunting 2011. Appendix 1 contains some images of candidate Higgs events. Appendix 2 discusses claims of exclusion of Higgs mass ranges. Appendix 3 discusses how the single Standard Model Higgs splits into 3 mass states. (References are included in the body of the paper and in linked material.)
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