|Feb20-13, 12:00 AM||#1|
Higgs, vacuum instability
Various news outlets are reporting a AAAS talk by Joe Lykken which appears to be about vacuum instability based on the mass of the Higgs. Frustratingly, there appears to be no info on the web apart from these crap popularizations. Can anyone provide any insight?
The best info I have is the following:
|Feb20-13, 12:18 AM||#2|
I posted in http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=672826 with a link to a paper that has more details.
VVV - Yes, thanks!
|Feb20-13, 12:26 AM||#3|
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