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Infinite color energy in SUSY

  1. Oct 12, 2005 #1
    From http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0510086
    With SUSY space-time shift and with infinite color potential I tried to explain the initial energy density of Big Bang; need to discuss.

    1.Quark confinement

    We can’t see free quark, because it forbid the antiscreening and quark confinement.
    The quark potential at short distances is:
    where C= depend on multiplet, V(infinity)is the self interaction term, it is zero out of the color singlet (white) hadrons. The quark potential at large distances and on low energy is linear:
    If we break charge and color invariance with the creating or disappearing an extra quark color, the energy from (1) and (2) would be around infinity. The extra color polarize the hadrons ( ) and attract them until k(α(q2)) become zero. QGP is creating from the universe. The reappear of disappeared quark/color allows the cooling, expansion and hadronisation of white QGP.
    So the creation/annihilation energy of a low energy free quark is infinite, or not? The Feynman graphs on http://czovekimre.tripod.com/infiniteenergy.pdf are a possible SUSY particle creating method at LHC, complement with SUSY transformations and QGP. The Graph: colliding gluons create a gluonino pair, the gluonino interacts with a quark of QGP, what was created by this collision. One free quark disappears for t1 time on this graph. The quarks with remaining color attract hadrons with more and more gluons. In general an interaction exchanges the energy and impulse of particles in Poincare group. But SUSY particles exchange SUSY generators (εQ), too.

    2.1 Two SUSY transformations

    Just the {Q,Qbar}~P anticommutator is always hermitian, so this two operator act at once in time. The superfield propagator between the space-time shifting [x,y] contains the space-time evolution phase:
    -iexp(i(y-x)∂)*Feynman propagator
    The quark reappears after the two SUSY transformations in a new position y=x+a in flat geometry. It’s not Schrödinger time evolution, depends only on SUSY parameters.
    If we choose the spinor parameters to the goldstone fermion as SUSY and SU(3) breaking theorem, y-x would be the same amount of time (and space). But in SUSY (in the early universe) the epsilon SUSY parameter is a free parameter, and y-x could be negative, and the particle could reappear in an earlier state

    2.3 Fluctuations of free particles

    The SUSY vertex shift the particle in space-time, but on low energies epsilon=Goldstone fermion is virtual, live for short time, shorter than the lifetime of the virtual pions in strong interaction in nucleons. The vertex doesn’t change the energy and impulse, and it’s very short disappearing.
    The one-loop correction to the superfield propagator contains an exp(ipa) phase, too.
    A real goldstone fermion (pionino) has measurable time shift.

    3. Lack of observations

    Bounded quarks and gluons like the proton disappear and reappear together, the impulse and SUSY generators acts at once on every quark. In the nature there is not SUSY QGP.
    And SUSY particles (with real goldstone fermions) can disappear forever (until their lifetime) in any interaction.
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