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Matti Pitkanen
TGD predicts a lot of new physics and it is quite possible that this new physics becomes visible at LHC. Although the calculational formalism is still lacking, p-adic length scale hypothesis allows to make precise quantitative predictions for particle masses by using simple scaling arguments.
The basic elements of quantum TGD responsible for new physics are following.
1. The new view about particles relies on their identification as partonic 2-surfaces (plus 4-D tangent space data to be precise). This effective metric 2-dimensionality implies generalizaton of the notion of Feynman diagram and holography in strong sense. One implication is the notion of field identity or field body making sense also for elementary particles and the Lamb shift anomaly of muonic hydrogen could be explained in terms of field bodies of quarks.
4-D tangent space data must relate to the presence of strings connecting partonic 2-surfaces and defining the ends of string world sheets at which the modes of induced spinor fields are localized in the generic case in order to achieve conservation of em charge. The integer characterizing the spinor mode should characterize the tangent space data. Quantum criticality suggests strongly and super-conformal invariance acting as a gauge symmetry at the light-like partonic orbits and leaving the partonic 2-surfaces at their ends invariant. Without the fermionic strings effective 2-dmensionality would degenerate to genuine 2-dimensionality.
2. The topological explanation for family replication phenomenon implies genus generation correspondence and predicts in principle innite number of fermion families.....
New physics, large hadron collider, LHC, string world sheet, fermionic string, emergence, family replication phenomenon, hyperellipticity, genus, emergence, super symmetry, chiral invariance, Higgs, color excitation, fractal hierarchy. Mersenne prime, electric magnetic duality, wormhole.
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