High Energy Particle Physics


Explaining the 125 Gev Resonance Energy by a Spin 2 Graviton Through the Replacement of Supersymmetry by Negative Masses

Authors: Friedwardt Winterberg

It is shown that the recently observed 125 GeV resonance energy believed to result from the spin 0 Higgs boson of the standard model might without a violation of the averaged null energy condition as well be explained by a spin 2 graviton, assuming the existence of negative masses. With this assumption the 125 GeV resonance energy can be explained by the positive gravitational interaction energy of a positive mass particle of ~1013 GeV with a likewise negative mass particle. The existence of particles with this energy can perhaps be confirmed by cosmic ray data, where the Greisen-Zatsepin cut-off at 5 x 1013 GeV is of the same order of magnitude.

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