High Energy Particle Physics

   

Beyond Higgs: Physics of the Massless Phase

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr

At Temperature / Energy above 3 x 10^15 K = 300 GeV: the Higgs mechanism is not in effect so there is full ElectroWeak Symmetry and no particles have any mass from the Higgs. Questions arise: 1 - Can we build a collider that will explore the Massless Phase ? 2 - How did our Universe evolve in that early Massless Phase of its first 10^(-11) seconds or so ? 3 - What do physical phenomena look like in the Massless Phase ? A - ElectroWeak Particles behave more like Waves than Particles. B - Conformal Gravity Dark Energy whose GraviPhotons might be accessible to experiments using BSCCO Josephson Junctions based on Segal-Beck-Mackey 2-phase Universe: Minkowski/Photon phase and Conformal/GraviPhoton phase. V2 corrects inadvertent omission of credit to Jack Sarfatti and adds viXra number. V3 discusses some specific structural configurations. V4 describers use of Jitterbug transformation.

Comments: 27 Pages.

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[v1] 2013-03-22 17:17:49
[v2] 2013-03-22 20:00:47
[v3] 2013-03-25 10:48:02
[v4] 2013-04-15 16:53:16

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