An unconventional version of supersymmetry leads to the following highly teatable predictions: (1) the Higgs boson has an R-parity of -1, so it can only be produced as one member of a pair of superpartners. (2) The only superpartners are scalar bosons, so neutralinos etc. do not exist. (3) The most likely candidate for cold dark matter is therefore a sneutrino. (4) The Higgs and other bosonic superpartners have an unconventional equation of motion. These predictions are associated with new interpretations of Yukawa couplings, supersymmetry, gauge fields, and Lorentz invariance.
International Journal of Modern Physics A
- Pub Date:
- High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
- 4 pages, proceedings of DPF2000 Meeting of APS Division of Particles and Fields (August, 2000, Ohio State University)