High Energy Particle Physics


Network Charge Interpretations of the Standard Particle Model Including the First (Rydberg) Spectral Line of Hydrogen, Proton /neutron Mass, New Theorized Dark Matter Particles, Quantum Gravity, a 5TH Force, and General Projective Relativity (GPR)

Authors: Thomas Preusser

In mid-2016 scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced that a possible new subatomic particle beyond the Higgs in mass/energy at 750 GeV/c2 went statistically unconfirmed at new higher collider energies. This paper offers new theoretical concepts predicting a gluon-like dark matter subatomic particle, called the netwon, at 750 GeV/c2. Since dark matter is “dark”, it is detected even more from inference than from actual observation. Moreover, particles with fractional “network charge”, a new theoretical concept developed in this paper, seem observationally troublesome because of variability. This includes neutrinos, gluons, and the new 750 GeV/c2 particle. The new Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) is proposed in part to deal with these troublesome variabilities. Therefore the hunt at 750 GeV/c2 at the LHC should continue, but modified with this new theoretical basis to be more inferential.

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