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New Value for the Higgs Mass.

Authors: Dan Visser

The Higgs mass is approximately 0.5 TeV/c2 . This is a new predicted value. This mass value for Higgs is calculated with a new dark energy force formula, which is performing in the hypothesis of the Double Torus, a new cosmological "model" for the universe. This "model" embeds the Big Bang framework. The new Higgs mass is theoretically disclosed by implementing the dimensional features of relativistic spacetime into the dimensions of the dark energy force formula and an equalization to the lowest limit for acceleration in Newton force, being a transition where Newton breaks down and the dark energy force takes over. The dark energy force generates gravitational movement and thus mass. This enables to calculate a Higgs mass differently than in currently used theories.

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[v1] 29 Aug 2011

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