Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Dark Matter at the LHC III

Now we see what this whole AdS/CFT business is about: the two sides of the correspondence are actually exactly the same thing, appearing distinct only through the use of a wrong language and wrong physics. Quark lepton complementarity informs us about electroweak scale physics, as we extend the mirror neutrino CMB correspondence to the Koide masses of the quarks.

$\bullet$ mirror $\nu$: cosmic $T \in (1.40, 2.73, 135.9)$ K (future, present, past)
$\bullet$ u quarks: $T \in (4.8 \times 10^{9}, 3.0 \times 10^{12}, 4.1 \times 10^{14})$ K
$\bullet$ d quarks: $T \in (1.3 \times 10^{10},1.8 \times 10^{11},1.1 \times 10^{13})$ K

Observe that the $(u,d,s)$ triplet have temperatures below the QCD critical point at $4 \times 10^{11}$ K, while the $(c,b,t)$ triplet has temperatures above this point. The minimal quark temperature of $T_{u} = 5 \times 10^{9}$ K corresponds to the quark to lepton transition in the early universe. In our time, the RHIC and ALICE ion collision experiments create temperatures of trillions of degrees in the laboratory, and the other LHC experiments also observe a quark gluon plasma. In the next few years, we should learn a great deal about EW symmetry breaking.

1 comment:

  1. And now we interpret the neutrinos, lying at the centre of the
    tetractys, as defining Space/Time within a charged lepton and quark surface, which lies on the other side of the surface of last scattering, in the sense that all their masses define an early cosmic epoch.

    Only the neutrinos lie on this side of the cosmic light barrier. Only neutrinos are tachyons.


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