PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 292 - Corfu Summer Institute 2016 "School and Workshops on Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity" (CORFU2016) - Summer School and Workshop on the Standard Model and Beyond
F(750), We Miss You as a Bound State of 6 Top and 6 Antitop Quarks, Multiple Point Principle
H.B. Nielsen*, D.L. Bennett, C.R. Das, C.D. Froggatt and L.V. Laperashvili
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Pre-published on: October 04, 2017
Published on: October 05, 2017
We review our speculation, that in the pure Standard Model the exchange of Higgses, including also the ones "eaten by $W^{\pm}$ and Z", and of gluons together make a bound state of 6 top plus 6 anti-top quarks bind so strongly that its mass gets down to about 1/3 of the mass of the collective mass 12 $m_t$ of the 12 constituent quarks. The true importance of this speculated bound state is that it makes it possible to uphold, even inside the Standard Mode, our proposal for what is really a new law of nature saying that there are several phases of empty space, vacua, all having very small energy densities (of the order of the present energy density in the universe). The reason suggested for believing in this new law called the "Multiple (Criticality) Point Principle" is, that estimating the mass of the speculated bound state using the "Multiple Point Principle" leads to two consistent mass-values; and they even agree with a crude bag-model like estimate of the mass of this bound state. Very, unfortunately, the statistical fluctuation so popular last year, when interpreted as the digamma resonance F(750), turned out not to be a real resonance, because our estimated bound state mass is just around the mass of 750 GeV.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.292.0050
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