On the Field Below SM, Analysis and Predictions

Jacques Consiglio


We previously showed that the elementary particles mass spectrum is not random at all and probably originates in resonances of a single field below the known forces and fields. Here we first improve our demonstration leading to a single field; we show how resonances are compatible with the standard model symmetries and give coherent mass equation parameters. On this basis, we build a toy model of the field below which is consistent with those parameters and with the resonance numbers of quarks and massive bosons. It enables computing the W±, Z0, and H0 boson pole masses with high precision and the widths also come naturally. The resulting W± mass is in close agreement with experimental data but it disagrees with the SM prediction. An important consequence is that nothing new should appear in the next LHC run because geometrical constraints show that there is probably nothing else to find. Finally, the fundamental resonance agrees with the Dirac condition; it explains the other coefficients of the theory and shows the nature of the field.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/apr.v6n5p1

Applied Physics Research   ISSN 1916-9639 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9647 (Online)

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