## Monday, October 24, 2011

### Dark Matter at the LHC II

There are many ways to parse the bounds on $\eta /s$, but Riofrio's fractions suggest
recalling that the baryon fraction $\Omega_{b} = 1 - 3/ \pi$. The lower bound, a dipole measure, originally comes from the pioneering QGP paper on the strongly coupled $N=4$ SYM theory. As we know, this theory is commensurate with braid physics. Triality is presumably responsible for the factor of $1/3$, since dipoles are the only polygons without area.