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Higgs Five Bosons Standard Model Asymmetric Quarks Axial Force Fermilab D-Zero Muons 5g WOW SETI

August 20, 2012

Higgs Five Bosons Standard Model Asymmetric Quarks Axial Force Fermilab D-Zero Muons 5g WOW SETI

 Jennifer Ouellette the higgs boson may have five faces analysis mon 21 jun 2010 629 am et – blog 20 aug 2012 150 am edt the idea girl says

 Jennifer Ouellette the higgs boson may have five faces analysis mon 21 jun 2010 629 am et – blog 20 aug 2012 150 am edt the idea girl says

Fermilab’s Tevatron accelerator higgs boson particle CERN ATLAS Jennifer Ouellette  Joe Lykken

Fermilab’s Tevatron accelerator higgs boson particle CERN ATLAS Jennifer Ouellette  Joe Lykken

barry adams journalist a fifth force to explain the handedness of the weak force – higgs boson particles and the axial force the idea girl says

barry adams journalist a fifth force to explain the handedness of the weak force – higgs boson particles and the axial force the idea girl says

see Barry Adam’s research about the axial force which is part of the standard model, yet to be proven. Cross Reference link:
http://theideagirlsays.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/higgs-boson-axitronics-dark-energy-neutrinos-axial-chameleon-force-w-bosons-5-wow-seti/

17 August 2012 905 pm edt

Google key word from data in next blog post:
 Asymmetric quarks

THE HIGGS BOSON MAY HAVE ‘FIVE FACES’

Analysis by Jennifer Ouellette 
Mon Jun 21, 2010 06:29 AM ET 
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Fermilab’s Tevatron accelerator has been making some serious waves the last few months.
Back in May, I wrote about the latest results from the D-Zero collaboration, co-discovers of the top quark in the 1990s.

The D-Zero scientists analyzed data from a bunch of proton-anti-proton collisions and found a 1 percent asymmetry in the number of muons produced compared to anti-muons.

That hinted at “a new particle not predicted by the Standard Model” — colorfully dubbed “the toe of god” by Fermilab scientist Joe Lykken.

And now the team is back with even more intriguing results to announce from their subsequent analysis, published on arVix. See, the Standard Model doesn’t fully explain why this asymmetry between matter and antimatter should exist.

Yet, as Fermilab scientist Adam Martin pointed out to BBC News,

“What’s difficult is to have those large effects without damaging anything else we’ve already measured. The Standard Model fits just about every test we’ve thrown at it. To fit in a new effect in one particular place is not easy.”

17 August 2012 910 pm edt

My thoughts:

Key word “asymmetry” in number of muons compared to anti-muons – in the D-Zero discovery of the top quark.

Quote from Jennifer Ouellette’s article, “The Higgs Boson may have five faces.”

QUOTE:
“The concept of the Higgs boson particle is mentioned as the toe of God by Fermilab scientist Joe Lykken.”

Quote from her article:
“there are five different versions, with similar masses but different electric charges.”

http://news.discovery.com/space/the-higgs-boson-may-have-five-faces.html

I will explore the key words from this data in the next blog post 20 August 2012.

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