High Energy Particle Physics

1110 Submissions

[9] viXra:1110.0068 [pdf] submitted on 29 Oct 2011

Why there is no Symmetry in Physical Vacuum Between the Overall Number of Particles and Twin Antiparticles

Authors: Valery P. Dmitriyev
Comments: 6 pages

        Physical vacuum can be seen as a turbulent ideal fluid. Particles of matter originate from primordial inclusion in the fluid of the empty space. The proton is modeled by a hollow bubble stabilized due to positive perturbation of the averaged turbulence energy and accompanying drop of the pressure on the wall of the cavity.
        The antiproton can be created only in the pair with the proton: extracting from the medium a ball V of the fluid and inserting it into another place of the medium. The intrusion into the medium of the redundant void thus performed is concerned with a huge amount of the energy p0V needed in order to expand the fluid by the volume V against the background pressure p0. Still, because of the free energy of the system tendency to decrease, the redundant void will be shortly canceled to the continuum.
        Creation of the electron–positron pair requires a relatively small energy ~p0ΔV, where ΔV << V, which is the work of the elastic deformation of the turbulent medium. The resulting radial stress arising in the turbulent fluid corresponds to the electric field of the elementary charge. The system can be stabilized merging the small cavity ΔV of the positron with the large bubble V of a neutron.
        Thus, the total number of protons turns out to be equal to total number of electrons, where, being a void, the proton should be classified as particle, and, being an islet of the fluid, the electron should be classified as antiparticle.

Key words: physical vacuum, turbulent fluid, cavities, particles, antiparticles.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[8] viXra:1110.0056 [pdf] submitted on 18 Oct 2011

Graviton-Graviton Scattering Near a Weakly Coupled String Theory

Authors: Thomas Evans
Comments: 14 pages

Graviton-graviton scattering near a weakly coupled string theory
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[7] viXra:1110.0052 [pdf] replaced on 2011-12-22 01:08:04

Superluminal Effect with Oscillating Neutrinos

Authors: Eugene V. Stefanovich
Comments: 10 Pages.

A simple quantum relativistic model of muon-tau neutrino oscillations in the OPERA experiment is presented. This model suggests that the two components in the neutrino beam are separated in space. Being created in a meson decay, the muon neutrino emerges 18 meters ahead of the beam's center of energy, while the tau neutrino is behind. Both neutrinos have subluminal speeds, however the advanced start of the muon neutrino explains why it arrives in the detector 60 ns earlier than expected. Our model does violate the special-relativistic ban on superluminal signals. However, usual arguments about violation of causality in moving reference frames are not applicable here. The invalidity of standard special-relativistic arguments is related to the inevitable interaction-dependence of the boost operator, which implies that boost-transformed space-time coordinates of events with interacting particles do not obey linear and universal Lorentz formulas.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[6] viXra:1110.0047 [pdf] replaced on 25 Oct 2011

A Comment on Arxiv:1110.2685

Authors: Armando V.D.B. Assis
Comments: 3 pages. This paper is published in the Journal Progress in Physics.

This brief paper traces comments on the article [2]. This article, a preprint, has recently received an attention, raising errors related to the timing process within the OPERA Collaboration results in [1], that turns out to be a wrong route by which serious science should not be accomplished. A peer-reviewed status should be previously considered to assert that [2] claims a solution for the superluminal results in [1]. Within [2], it seems there is an intrinsical misconception within its claimed solution, since an intrinsical proper time reasoning leads to the assumption the OPERA collaboration interprets a time variation as a proper time when correcting time intervals between a GPS frame and the grounded baseline frame. Furthermore, the author of [2] seems to double radio signals, doubling the alleged half of the truly observed time of flight, since the Lorentz transformations do consider radio signals intrinsically by construction.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[5] viXra:1110.0044 [pdf] submitted on 14 Oct 2011

Fermion-Antifermion Asymmetry

Authors: G. Quznetsov
Comments: 8 pages. Progress in Physics, v.4, 2011, pp.13-16

An event with positive energy transfers this energy photons which carries it on recorders observers. Observers know that this event occurs, not before it happens. But event with negative energy should absorb this energy from observers. Consequently, observers know that this event happens before it happens. Since time is irreversible then only the events with positive energy can occur. In single-particle states events with a fermion have positive energy and occurences with an antifermion have negative energy. In double-particle states events with pair of antifermions have negative energy and events with pair of fermions and with fermion-antifermion pair have positive energy.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[4] viXra:1110.0034 [pdf] submitted on 10 Oct 2011

A Model of Baryons

Authors: R Wayte
Comments: 20 pages

Baryons are considered to be intricate particles having real geometrical structure, based on our previous proton design. Inherent baryon spin is proportional to mass and radius. The well-known octets and decuplets fit into groups where masssquared and quantised-action are related. Magnetic moments are described in terms of a positive spin-loop and orbiting temporary electron(s). Lifetime of a baryon is governed by action of guidewave coherence around these structures.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[3] viXra:1110.0015 [pdf] replaced on 21 Oct 2011

Great Pumpkin and Golden Channel Higgs: 3 Higgs States Consistent with Electroweak Gfitter

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Comments: 7 Pages.

The Great Pumpkin by Halloween 2011 should give 5/fb of data to the LHC. That data may support or reject my E8 Physics model with 3 Higgs-Tquark states: low mass state (Higgs mass around 145 GeV) middle mass state (Higgs mass around 180 GeV) high mass state (Higgs mass around 240 GeV) In my E8 Physics model, the Higgs is not a simple single particle but is related to the Primitive Idempotents of the real Clifford algebra Cl(8) ( see vixra 1109.0037 and tony5m17h.net/ClCl4Cl16.pdf ). Such a Higgs is part of a 3-state Higgs-Tquark system based on Higgs as a Tquark condensate similar to descriptions in the works of Yamawaki, Hashimoto, et al in hep-ph/9603293, hep-ph0311165, etc.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:1110.0012 [pdf] submitted on 5 Oct 2011

Two Charged Scalar Field-Based Mass Generation Mechanisms

Authors: Lukasz Andrzej Glinka
Comments: 21 pages

Despite consistency of the Higgs mechanism, experimental data have not revealed existence of the Higgs particle. Moreover, the Higgs mechanism explains why photon is massless, while another experimental data reveal very small but detectable photon mass. In this manner the crucial problem is to combine abstract ideas of the Standard Model with the verified experimental data to obtain constructive physical picture. In this paper we discuss two alternative consistent mass generation mechanisms which are based on charged scalar field and the O(2) symmetric Higgs potential. Both the mechanisms for abelian fields of the Standard Model lead to nonzero photon mass, but predict distinguishable mass of the new neutral scalar boson. Both the models are similar to the Higgs mechanism. The scenarios base on existence of a new scalar neutral boson c and an auxiliary scalar neutral field j which can be interpreted as a dilaton. In the first model a new scalar particle is massive, and the value of its mass can be estimated by the present day experimental limits on the photon mass. In the second model dilaton is massless and a new scalar particle has a mass which can be determined only by experimental data. The mass of a photon in this model does not depend on the mass of a Higgs-like particle.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:1110.0010 [pdf] submitted on 5 Oct 2011

Complement to Special Relativity at Superluminal Speeds: CERN Neutrinos Explained

Authors: Lukasz Andrzej Glinka
Comments: 29 pages

The most recent notifications from OPERA Collaboration of CERN Geneva report highly probable existence of faster-than-light neutrinos. Such a state of affairs has been also detected earlier in radio galaxies, quasars and recently in microquasars. The usual scenario explaining superluminal speeds is based on a black hole contained in these sources producing the high speed mass ejection. Superluminal speeds are, however, plainly and efficiently explainable within the framework of Special Relativity, in which the Einstein postulates, the Minkowski energy-momentum space, and both the Poincaré and the Lorentz symmetries remain unchanged, but the energy-momentum relation is deformed. In this paper superluminal deformations of Special Relativity, complementing the Einstein theory at faster-than-light speeds, are studied in the context of CERN neutrinos. For full consistency we propose to apply the non-parallelism hypothesis, the deformation derived ab initio, and the concept of measured speed of light which can be higher than c. We show that such a theory is able to explain both superluminal speed as well as mass of neutrino.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics