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Elementary Particles: Proposed Nomenclature for Mass Groups 6 to 16 By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical paper presents a proposed naming convention for the elementary particles in Mass Groups 6 thru 16. The names have been drawn from a diverse background of countries, languages,... More > and ethnicities. This system should make it concise and simple to discuss individual particles and their properties. For example, “Clara21” indicates Mass Group 8, the 4th particle mass, the second charge type, and the first spin type.< Less
Elementary Particles: Estimates for Mass Group 8 By Richard Lighthouse
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This paper presents new elementary particles based on the QAM model as the first Periodic Table for Elementary Particles. The mass values for these new particles are estimated, based upon possible... More > mathematical patterns. It should be noted these estimates are rough. The basic format is based upon the 1024-QAM table that graphically displays how all elementary particles are related, similar to the Standard Periodic Table in chemistry. Interestingly, the math that describes QAM is simple and elegant. If we line up all of the particle masses in order, we find there are a number of “gaps.” These are called the mass gaps, and they line up perfectly with 1024-QAM. QAM is very simple – it is the math used for wifi signals, and it perfectly fits the sequence of elementary particle masses. 4 new particles are predicted to be discovered between 1 to 30 PeV.< Less
Elementary Particles: Proposed Nomenclature for the Mass Groups By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical paper presents a proposed naming convention for the elementary particles in Mass Groups 1 thru 16. The names have been drawn from a diverse background of countries, languages,... More > and ethnicities. This system should make it simpler to discuss individual particles and their properties. For example, “Clara21” indicates Mass Group 11, the 4th particle mass, the second charge type, and the first spin type.< Less
Conformal Constants & New Physics By Giovanni Imbalzano
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Electro-statistic, STRONG and Inverse interactions. Electro-Gravity Unification and Gravitation Constant. Charge Inversion and pseudo-monopolies. Masses of Quarks/Leptons and Higgs particles.... More > KINETIC-α and CP violation. Gluons, Colour and Cosmology. QCD-Asymptotic, Constants Harmony and Baryonic Feed-back. Appendix: Half-leptons OCTET and Muon Mass, Cabibbo angles and “GWS”, SUSY Optics, Constants TABLE. jmbalzan@iol.it< Less
History of our (Universe's) Origins By Giovanni Imbalzano
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=== (4 colour. Figg.) === Mathematical representations of cells and quanta of energy persuade us to shape the Existing as plurality of “atoms” generates by the Chaos. However, the mass of... More > elementary physical objects (like electrons) demands statistic definitions, not at all reducible to single measures. The increase of Entropy isn’t the cause of the biophysical subsystems organization, but an effect. The minimum principle assumes a finalistic value: “indeterminacy”, inflation, selection represents only some effects of the Existence. This one is the Life paradox; as solution, I propose a THEORY that not posses the same drawbacks of the others: introducing a new relativistic principle (Biophysical Equivalence) I tested the underlined Terms, till now problematic.< Less
New Physics with Lorentz Violation and Deeper Structure By Frank Sun
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Overwhelming experimental evidences of LV and DS (deeper structure) found. Divergences/singularities/0-mass removed. Dark matter/energy, absence of free quark/gluon spectrum, ground/excited states... More > of leptons bound by u-quark to form d/s quarks, asymmetric magneton-forces and opposite spin/orbit directions of d-electrons, magnetic moments of nucleons, unstable neutron, stable free proton, quantum tunnels relocating d-leptons/changing p/n in nuclei into each other, spin crises, masses of pions/muons/nucleons, small mass differences between some hadrons, continuous spectrum/preferred spin direction of beta particles, lifetimes of hadrons and leptons, empirical smooth running of effective strong coupling constant (no divergent pole) explained in unified renormalizable theory with mass terms of Lee-Yang's type & LV factor function. Explanations by DS qualitative/half-quantitative due to many-body problem with magneton forces. SM's merit preserved except for Higgs particles, gauge-self couplings, & gluon balls.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less