Volume 335 - 2nd World Summit: Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe (EDSU2018) - Dark Matter
Higgs Cosmology and Dark Matter
I. Moss* and R. Gregory
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Pre-published on: November 27, 2018
Published on: December 18, 2018
Abstract
Higgs vacuum stability has important consequences for cosmology.
In particular, we argue that if the Higgs vacuum is metastable, then the dark
matter cannot contain a single black hole of mass less than $10^{15}{\rm g}$
in our entire past light cone. In addition to being the destroyer microscopic black holes,
it may be possible that Higgs vacuum decay is a source of
primordial black holes during inflation.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.335.0010
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