Friday, July 29, 2016

Before the CERN LHC 2016 data release: three predictions

LHC will release its 2016 data on or about August 5, 2016. I will make some pre-release comments (predictions) here.

One, about the 750 Gev bump of 2015 data.
In 2015, LHC collected about 4 fb(-1) amount of data and saw a 750 Gev bump by both groups (Altas and CMS).
This year so far, LHC has collected about 13 fb(-1) amount of data (more than 3 times the last year).
Everyone else viewed the last year bump as a new ‘particle’ while I see it as an excited vacuum state. There are some major differences between the two.
First, a particle can only decay while the excited state can ‘dissipate’. It can dissipate by mimicking as a particle decay. It can dissipate to a lower state (not as a particle decay), etc.
Second, the excited state has a value of 738 Gev, not 750. So, the better data should show that there is no bump for 750.
Third, a new particle should not change the production rate for the vacuum boson while the excited state would. This will be the key (litmus) test for both the vacuum boson and the new bump (if any).

With these three points, the 750 bump should be gone (disappear) in the new data set.

Two, about SUSY
There is no mainstream-SUSY in G-string physics. That is, in the new data should not show any sign of SUSY. SUSY is strongly related to M-strings.
Originally, SUSY has nothing to do with M-strings. It is an ‘extension’ for SM which has a ‘naturalness (fine tuning)’ issue.
Naturalness (fine tuning): in SM, many constants (especially Alpha) cannot be calculated but must be placed into equations by hand (called as free parameters). Furthermore, with the gauge symmetry, those nature constants do not work well with the gauge symmetry framework, being too small. So, if gauge symmetry is correct (as guiding principle), those constants are wrong (not nature). So, those constants are not ‘nature’ in accordance with the gauge symmetry; that is, there must be a fine-tuning to get them. {Naturalness} means that those nature constants are not ‘nature’ but are the results of some {fine-tunings}.
So, SUSY was invented as that fine-tuning machine. The small mass of the so-called Higgs boson further demands the requirement of fine-tuning, in order to cancel out the large mass demanded by the gauge symmetry.

Then later, SUSY was the consequence of M-string calculation, and this became the greatest String-discovery. From that point, SUSY and M-string become a shared-body twin. The {no show} of any SUSY at this new upcoming LHC data will be a big blow to the M-string.
Of course, there cannot be any SUSY signal as the calculation of Alpha is clearly shown below, and there is no {naturalness} issue. SUSY is dead.

Three, LHC is able to search for the dark matter. As the current dark matter are mainly produced during the Big Bang period, LHC should produce some dark matter as some collisions could reach the condition similar to the Big Bang. This is the direct search.
If LHC is unable to produce dark matter directly, its collisions are still surrounded by existing dark matter. That is, the bystander test can be performed. If there is no roadblock (blockage) for ALL the decaying pathways, there is no bystander (no dark matter particles).
Dark mass is now totally accounted for in the graph below. That is, no dark matter of WIMP kind can be in the new LHC data.

The recent LUX data has put WIMPs on the death row. The {no show} of dark matter in the upcoming LHC data will condemn it once more. Yet, only the correct {dark energy/dark mass} model buries WIMPs properly. 

No Stay of execution for WIMPs.

My Protégé Dr. Li xiaojian (Professor of North China University of Technology, Beijing, 100144, China) discussed my predictions and my “The Final Total TOE” with Dr. David Gross (Nobel laureate) on August 5, 2016; see photos below.

My “The Final Total TOE” was presented at {Strings 2016 conference ( )} held at Tsinghua University, Beijing China (from August 1 to 5, 2016), by Dr. Li xiaojian too.  The key points of this presentation are available at .