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Gunion in ArXiv: A 4th generation is ruled out if the SM Higgs has mass below 200 GeV

John F. Gunion (University of California, Davis) claims in “Ruling out a 4th generation using limits on hadron collider Higgs signals,” ArXiv, 19 May 2011, that the Tevatron and LHC data have essentially eliminated the possibility of a 4th generation … Continue reading

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Haber on “Present status and future prospects for a Higgs boson discovery”

“The electroweak symmetry breaking dynamics of the Minimal Standard Model (MSM) employs a self-interacting complex doublet of scalar fields, which consists of four real degrees of freedom.  Three of this four degrees of freedom has been already observed in the … Continue reading

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Brumfiel in Nature, “Latest results from the LHC are casting doubt on the theory of supersymmetry”

“Supersymmetry is a theory that solves a host of problems with our understanding of the subatomic world, but there is growing anxiety that the theory, however elegant it might be, is wrong. Data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 27-kilometre … Continue reading

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A summary of “Chamonix 2011 LHC Performance Workshop”

Chamonix 2011 LHC Performance Workshop started last Monday, 24 January 2011. Next friday, 28 January, the final decision on the operation and performance of the LHC at CERN will be taking. The slides of the presentations, the majority only of technical interest, can be downloaded here. … Continue reading

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