High Energy Particle Physics

1109 Submissions

[8] viXra:1109.0067 [pdf] submitted on 29 Sep 2011

A Comment On the Neutrino Opera in the CNGS Beam

Authors: Armando V.D.B. Assis
Comments: 7 pages

Related to my previous paper (see the appendix) On the Neutrino Opera in the CNGS Beam, entirely reproduced here throughout the appendix in its revised version, I provide here the calculation for the discrepancy between a correct measure for the experiment and the measure arising due to the effect I derived in my previous paper.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[7] viXra:1109.0064 [pdf] submitted on 29 Sep 2011

Tevatron Wij Anomaly for a Model with Two Different Mechanisms for Mass Generation of Gauge Fields

Authors: E. Koorambas
Comments: 11 pages with 1 table, submited to Journal of Physics G, comments and criticism are welcome

The latest Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) anomaly, the excess of dijet events in the invariant-mass window 120-160 GeV in associated production with a W boson, can be explained by a new neutral vector C-boson of mass (145 GeV) that is predicted by the Wu mechanisms for mass generation of gauge field. The Standard Model (SM) W, Z-bosons normally get its masses through the coupling with the SM Higgs of mass 114-200 GeV. Here, the C boson has negligible couplings to leptons, and so is not affected by the dilepton C constraints.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[6] viXra:1109.0062 [pdf] submitted on 28 Sep 2011

Neutrino, Flying from CERN to LNGS, and Brachistochrone

Authors: G. Quznetsov
Comments: 2 pages

The result of the OPERA neutrino experiment [1] at the underground Gran Sasso Laboratory (LNGS) is explained by the brachistochrone effect.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[5] viXra:1109.0060 [pdf] replaced on 20 Oct 2011

Scientist Deduced the Existence of Particles with Faster-Than-Light Speeds Recently Discovered by Cern

Authors: Ion Patrascu
Comments: 2 pages, v1 in Romanian, v3 in English

Physicists at CERN have recently experimentally discovered particles traveling faster than light: the neutrinos! The OPERA experiment, which sent sprays of neutrinos from CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, to INFN Gran Sasso Laboratory, Italy, found that neutrinos traveled underground 730 km faster than light could do. Dr. Antonio Ereditato of University of Bern, leader of the OPERA scientist team, made the results public and invited scientists all over the world to discuss these astonishing results.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[4] viXra:1109.0050 [pdf] submitted on 25 Sep 2011

Quantum Tunneling and Time Contraction, According to the New Relativity Theory

Authors: Azzam Almosallami
Comments: 8 pages

In this paper we shall introduce the concept of time contraction that is produced by the New Relativity theory of AlMosallami (NRM)[10]. When this concept is interpreted physically, quantum tunneling exceeds the speed of light in the vacuum as proven by experiment.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[3] viXra:1109.0040 [pdf] submitted on 19 Sep 2011

A Model of Mesons

Authors: R Wayte
Comments: 48 pages

Detailed models of mesons have been derived in terms of real structured particles, in order to replace the formless quark/anti-quark singularities of standard QCD theory. Pion design is related to the muonic mass, and a Yukawa potential is calculated for the hadronic field. A charged pion is produced by adding a heavyelectron or positron in a tight orbit around the neutral core. Other mesons are found to be ordered assemblies of pionic-size masses, travelling in bound epicyclical orbits, with real intrinsic spin and angular momentum. These orbit dimensions are related to the mean lifetimes of the mesons through action integrals. Decay products resemble parts of their parent mesons, as expected for a relaxation process with traceability of particles.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:1109.0037 [pdf] submitted on 17 Sep 2011

Higgs as Primitive Idempotents

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Comments: 3 Pages.

By identifying the Higgs with Primitive Idempotents of the Cl(8) real Clifford algebra, the Higgs is not seen as a simple-minded fundamental scalar particle, but rather the Higgs is seen as a quantum process that creates a fermionic condensate with which it interacts to make the fermions appear massive. The Primitive Idempotent Higgs is part of my E8 Physics model in terms of which the Primitive Idempotent Higgs is seen to do all the nice things that the fundamental scalar particle Higgs needs to do, and to be effectively a Higgs-Tquark system with 3 mass states (i.e., the LHC should see events that look like 3 standard model Higgs mass states at around 140 GeV and 200 GeV and 250 GeV with the total standard model cross section being divided up among those three states. In particular, the LHC should see a Higgs around 140 GeV but with a lower cross section than expected.) (References are included in the body of the paper and in linked material.)
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:1109.0010 [pdf] submitted on 6 Sep 2011

Noncommutative Complex Scalar Field and Casimir Effect

Authors: Farid Khelili
Comments: 23 pages

Using noncommutative deformed canonical commutation relations, a model describing a non-commutative complex scalar field theory is proposed. The noncommutative field equations are solved, and the vacuum energy is calculated to the second order in the parameter of noncommutativity. As an application to this model, the Casimir effect, due to the zero point fluctuations of the noncommutative complex scalar field, is considered. It turns out that in spite of its smallness, the noncommutativity gives rise to a repulsive force at the microscopic level, leading to a modified Casimr potential with a minimum at the point ...
Category: High Energy Particle Physics