View Full Version : The LHC Will Discover the Higgs. Wanna Bet?

2009-Dec-03, 05:50 AM
If you're of the opinion that the Large Hadron Collider – which just became the most powerful supercollider ever built by humans on Monday – will ultimately triumph in its quest to find the Higgs boson, you might be able to make a few bucks. If you're wrong, well, you might lose a few, too. [...]

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2009-Dec-03, 12:07 PM
I'll bet a hot fudge sundae they find a very strong resonance at ~ 182.37 Gev/ c2. It's not the Higg's it's the Di-Z, twice the mass of the Z. The regular Z already has the correct quantum properties to be a graviton, in it's low energy form of neutrino/antineutrino pair, and it's doubled up partner conveys the neutral current with a much higher cross-section since cross-sections vary as the square of the energy. Pretty dicey. pete