Authors: Dan Visser
The Higgs-particle could be a dark matter particle! It is not enough to confirm spin 0 and + parity for the Higgs-like particle to let it be the Higgs-particle. The Double Torus hypothesis should be involved. A dark matter particle in this new framework could also have spin 0 and + parity under condition it contributes to gravity, but its properties can also contribute as negative mass to anti-gravity.
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