Higgs Universality: What's Massively Wrong with the Standard Model


Applying an old idea in a phenomenological way describes all known fundamental fermion masses and weak current mixings consistently. As lagniappe, the ratios of the masses of the sterile neutrinos are predicted to be different from the other fermions. All of this opens a window on the physics of dark matter.

Speaker : 

Terry Goldman, Los Alamos National Laboratory


CENPA Conference Room NPL-178