High Energy Particle Physics

   

What Do They Actually Probe at the LHC?

Authors: Andrei P. Kirilyuk

The existence of the omnipresent Higgs field providing the fundamental origin of elementary particle mass is the main theoretical concept behind the ongoing large-scale experiments at the LHC accelerator. We critically reconsider the properties of this concept of mass noting that many fundamental deficiencies and hard problems it contains leave serious doubts about this interpretation, without feasible progress in view. We then present another, dynamic and universal concept of mass avoiding these problems and thus opening a competitive new possibility for LHC result interpretation. It is based on the unreduced, nonperturbative solution to (arbitrary) many-body interaction problem providing the universal origin of relativistic inertial and gravitational mass in the form of emerging complex (chaotic) dynamics within the properly specified elementary field-particle, thus rigorously completing the double-solution ideas of Louis de Broglie. As practically all other old "mysteries" and new problems of fundamental physics are also naturally resolved within this unified complex-dynamical solution due to its essential mathematical novelty and provable completeness, we propose to consider it as a viable alternative in interpretation of LHC and other high-energy facilities results.

Comments: 34 pages, 28 eqs, 56 refs; minor corrections in the last version; Journal-ref: Nanosystems, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies 11(2) (2013) 217-248

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[v1] 2012-10-27 13:11:46
[v2] 2014-11-10 07:29:25

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