High Energy Particle Physics


Has Fermi LAT seen the Higgs ?

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr

Protons from Hydrogen infalling into Sgr A* acquire enough energy and density to produce proton-proton collisions similar to those at the LHC. The 135 GeV Line observed by Fermi LAT is due to proton-proton collisions producing Higgs in the diphoton channel. The125 GeV Higgs-like evidence observed by ATLAS and CMS is also due to proton-proton collisions producing Higgs in the diphoton channel. The difference between 135 GeV at Fermi LAT and 125 GeV at LHC can be accounted for by comparing details of experimental setup and analysis-related assumptions. V2 adds Fermi LAT Earth Limb observations.

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[v1] 2012-12-12 14:07:49
[v2] 2012-12-14 23:26:46

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