High Energy Particle Physics

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[5] viXra:1407.0211 [pdf] submitted on 2014-07-29 14:03:32

ATLAS, CMS Higgs Boson Data May Already Contain Clues for Solving Decay Rate Puzzle

Authors: Lamont Williams
Comments: 9 Pages.

ATLAS and CMS, the two principal laboratories operating at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, have made great strides in clarifying the properties of the newly discovered Higgs boson. In particular, they have tested how the particle decays to other particles, namely photons, Z bosons, W bosons, tau particles, and bottom quarks. Although the decay rates of these particles have been compatible with those determined through the Standard Model, they have not been an exact match. This report shows how data from ATLAS and CMS may already be solving the puzzle of the incongruent decay rate values, while also revealing a potential, and currently unrecognized, proportional relationship at work in the decay mechanisms of the Higgs particle.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[4] viXra:1407.0186 [pdf] submitted on 2014-07-24 10:23:58

Mechanism of Renormalization Can Predict Particle Masses

Authors: Nigel B. Cook
Comments: 16 Pages.

An improved mechanism for understanding the quantum field theory of fundamental particle masses is presented. Yoichiro Nambu, founder of QCD color charge, in 1952 argued in his paper "An Empirical Mass Spectrum of Elementary Particles" (Progress in Theoretical Physics, v7, 1952, pp. 595-6): "It seems to be a general conviction of current physicists that the theory of elementary particles in its ultimate form could or should give the mass spectrum of these particles just in the same way as quantum mechanics has succeeded in accounting for the regularity of atomic spectra. ... it may perhaps be too ambitious and rather unsound to look for an empirical ‘Balmer’s law’. Nevertheless we should like here to present one such attempt because it happens to be extremely simple ..." Virtual fermions are radially polarized (driven further apart) by the electric field in which they formed. This polarization supplies the virtual fermions energy, at the expense of electric field, which is thus partly “screened.” The energy supplied to virtual fermions by their radial polarization extends their lifetime beyond Heisenberg’s h/E. This supply of extra energy moves “virtual” fermions towards the real mass shell, so they briefly obey Pauli’s principle. The absorbed extra energy increases the virtual fermion pair survival time towards that of onshell particles, so the Pauli exclusion principle begins to apply to those virtual fermions, structuring the vacuum virtual fermions into “shells” by analogy to electron orbits, giving a simple pattern of discrete masses. Different isomers are possible explaining the generations and allowing a variety of weak decay routes, a mechanism for the CKM matrix and neutrino flavor oscillations. Because neutrinos only have weak charges (not electromagnetic charge or color charge), they have weak fields, producing on average little mass due to very occasional pair production, so they weakly interact with gravity (gravity’s charge is mass), thus explaining why neutrinos have so little mass.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[3] viXra:1407.0084 [pdf] replaced on 2015-05-11 17:53:09

On the Confinement of Quarks Without Applying the Bag Pressure

Authors: Mohammad Sharifi
Comments: 18 Pages.

We explain a fatal error in quantum chromodynamics. By applying a correction to the dynamics of quarks, we can confine quarks in hadrons. We will show why quarks do not obey the Pauli exclusion principle and why we cannot observe free quarks. In addition, we obtain correct hadron sizes.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:1407.0037 [pdf] submitted on 2014-07-05 01:29:06

Internal Structures of Electron, Neutron, Proton and Nuclei – Particle Masses Are not Arbitrary

Authors: Jose P Koshy
Comments: 5 Pages. The ninth paper based on reality

The mass of neutron is slightly greater than1838 electrons. So it is argued that neutron contains 919 electron-positron pairs and that a positron is slightly heavier than electron. It can be shown that the minimum number of electron-positron pairs required to create a spherical structure with minimum imperfection is 919, thus validating the argument. A similar logic is applied to arrive at the structure of electron/positron. Based on these, it is argued that the natural choice of elementary particles is deterministic, and not random.
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[1] viXra:1407.0015 [pdf] submitted on 2014-07-03 02:09:31

The Basic Structure and Properties of Hadrons

Authors: Yibing Qiu
Comments: 1 Page.

show the basic structure and properties of Hadrons
Category: High Energy Particle Physics