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Dark matter-force

The Higgs-like particle seems to be found, July 4 2012. However, I think it represents a dark matter force.

A New Theory for the Universe, named the DOUBLE TORUS UNIVERSE is based on formulations to describe dark matter force and dark matter in a new formula for dark energy force. 'New' here means: The dark energy is contributing to refined time smaller than the Planck-time and applied to dark matter. The dark matter is more a dark vacuum-timeparticle than a dark mass-particle in vacuum. So a much more spacious particle than reseachers are looking for desperately. Contrarily to Big Bang cosmology the dark matter property alows dark matter to contract and expand spacetime in a sub-quantum level. That is diffrent in current dark matter theories, because thereto dark matter only adds to gravity. Moreover, in the  Double Torus Theory mathematically is shown that accelerated spacetime an optical illusion.

The Double Torus Universe theory also makes statements about he Higgs-particle. The spin of the Higgs-particle must have spin 0. This means the Higgsfield is distributed in all directions of space. The Higgs particle is the wobble in the Higgs-field. It would give mass to fundamental particles. However, the formulations in the Double Torus give mass to fundamental particles in a different way, namely by a dark matter-force in the sub-quantum level. The implication is the 'graviton' in the Standard Model (the particle for gravity) with spin 2 might be ruled out by spin -2 of the dark matter-force. The dark matter force exist of two effective spins, one of the dark matter particle itself and one of its acceleration caused by rotation in the dark matter torus. The result would be spin 0, which is also assigned to the Higgs-like particle. Therefore the Higgs-particle is likely to be the dark matter-force.

July 4 2012 CERN announced to have found the Higgs-particle (4.5 Sigma-certainty), which is not quite entitled to carry the predicate of discovery (therefore 5 Sigma-certainty is needed). A CERN-physicist said: "The discovery was not necessarily definitive". So I start to be a little suspicious, because the announcement seems to feed the CERN-budgets and the 'fixed idea' of a Higgs-particle to exist for a phenomenon that does not match advanced theories. There is theoretically proof it might stand for something else. In one of my proposals I suggest it might be a Higgs-Limited-Boson-Surface (Higss-LBS). That is not a singular Higgs-mass. My Higgs-LBS stands for (new) dark energy force". This new force restores the symmetry between a left-and right-handed neutrino. Right-handed neutrinos have never been detected and are supposed to be part of the Majorana neutrino. But the Higgs-LBS seperates them. This means a neutrino that is half particle and half anti-particle. But a neutrino is chargeless. Therefore the anti-particle is dark matter.

My Higgs-LBS presents the dark energy force in the Double Torus Universe, which is combined of quantum gravity-force and sub-quantum dark matter-force. It is this combination that gives mass to fundamental particles and not the cuurent Higgs-field. But contrarily the detected Higgs-particle with an energy of 126 GeVdemands the xistence of Super-Symmetry, S-particles defined in the never proved String-theory. But the shocking case is: In 2011 CERN confirmed there is not a single piece of evidence for SUSY-particles. So the Higgs-value must be much higher than 126 GeV energy. Therefore it is more likely it is the dark matter force energy I described in the Double Torus Theory. In this respect of flashing back to 2010, when Christopher Forbes (UK), PhD-Math and Physics, who contributed to the Double Torus in the firt three papers, he estimated the value of Higgs in the range of 12.097 - 13.8674 TeV/c2. After loosing contact with Chris, my own derivations and calculations pointed to a value in the range of 2 - 3 TeV/c2.

Hence, why should I believe CERN to have discovered the Higgs-particle in a lower range? This announcement looks like a mixture of 'politics and science', in favor of politics, instead of the integrity of science as in the 20th century and earlier back in time.

Politics', 'funds' and 'fixed idea' nowadays interfere with the truth. I need more proof for the Higgs-particle is real the particle that gives mass to other particles. I think, no I am almost sure, the 126 GeV energy Higgs is a representation of the dark matter force. 

(a) (b)  (c)

Image (a): The Double Torus Universe, called the Twin-Tori cosmological Model (TTM) in the first 'paper' of September 1 2009, is here shown as a "wooden" model (a gadget) owned by myself, Dan Visser, Almere, the Netherlands. The 'flamed dark-red coloured torus' illustrates the "dark energytime torus of refined time", which encloses the inner "dark matter torus", which generates quantum-gravity for visibilty of the classical physics world. (white-part inside image b). We live in that "inner white part", wherein only about 4.6% is visible reality (according to the latest Planck-satellite data). Fig. c : This is a computer-drawing of the Double Torus Universe. A light-green coloured "dark energytime torus" encloses and intertwines the inner "dark matter torus".

However, let us be cognitive!! So far there is no prove for the items in the list below. There are:

1.     no strings or branes (predicted in the M-theory).

2.     no super-symmetry (SUSY) and super-particles, called ‘sparticles’ (predicted in the M-theory), where ‘neutralinos’ are a candidate for dark matter.

3.      no WIMPs (predicted in the M-theory), also a candidate for dark matter.

4.      no extra-dimensions (predicted in the M-theory), to overcome the lack of gravity at subatomic scales.

5.      no magnetic monopoles (predicted by the Cosmic Inflation of the Big Bang).

6.      no mini-black holes (predicted as the smallest possible black holes, according to General Relativity related to the Planck-mass dynamics.

7.      no gravitons and KK-gluons (predicted from a combination of Kaluza-Klein dimensions and a Randall-Sundrum five dimension-description at sub atomic scales).

8.      no evidence for ADS/CFT duality, an anti-de Sitter space (only vacuum-energy) causing gravity combined with conformal field theory such as a quantum field without gravity.

9.      no colorons (massive hyper-gluons interacting as an extension of the strong force at low energies).

10.    no lepto-quarks (combination of a lepton and quark that violates the Standard Model).

11.    no lazy photons (these particles decay slowly and are supposed to hang around in collision-detectors).

12.    no fractionally charged particles.


[1] http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=240194; Higgs spin 0 and + parity results from ATLAS and CMS, by Bruno Lenzi (CERN), Alessio Bonato (CERN), Thursday, 28 March 2013 from 11:00 to 12:00 (Europe/Zurich), at CERN. Description: Studies are described characterizing the spin and parity of the observed Higgs boson by ATLAS and CMS, including ~5 fb-1 of data collected at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV and ~20-21 fb-1 at 8 TeV. Results are presented using the H->ZZ->4l and H->WW->2l2nu final states in both ATLAS and CMS, as well as the H->gamma-gamma final state in ATLAS. The ATLAS ZZ results exclude spin-parity hypotheses of 0- and 1+ at greater than 97% CL when compared to the 0+ hypothesis, and the CMS ZZ results exclude the 2+ hypothesis with minimal couplings to vector bosons at greater than 98% CL, and the 0-, 1+, and 1- hypothesis at greater than 99.8% CL with respect to the 0+ hypothesis.   The ATLAS WW results exclude the 2+ hypothesis with minimal couplings at 95% CL with respect to 0+. The ATLAS di-photon results exclude the 2+ hypothesis with minimal couplings and pure gluon fusion production at greater than 95% CL. Additional spin-parity hypotheses which have been tested give of an observed separation of less than 2 sigma from the 0+ hypothesis. The spin and parity of the observed Higgs boson are consistent with the Standard Model compared to all of the alternative models which have been tested. References (material): ATLAS-CONF-2013-013, ATLAS-CONF-2013-029, ATLAS-CONF-2013-031, CMS-PAS-HIG-13-002, CMS-PAS-HIG-13-003.