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      The mass and spin of the mesons, baryons and leptons

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          The rest masses of the stable mesons and baryons and the rest masses of their antiparticles, as well as the rest masses of the mu (+,-) and tau (+,-) leptons can be explained, within 1% accuracy, with the standing wave model, which uses only photons, neutrinos, charge and the weak nuclear force. And we can explain the spin of the stable mesons and baryons and the spin of the mu (+,-) and tau (+,-) leptons without any additional assumption. We can also determine the rest masses of the electron-, mu- and tau-neutrinos.

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          On the possibility of a very light A^0 at low \tan\beta

          The searches at LEP II for the processes e^+e^-\to h^0Z and e^+e^-\to h^0A^0 in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) fail to exclude regions of the m_h,m_A plane where \tan\beta <1, thus allowing a very light A^0 (m_A< 20 GeV). Such a parameter choice would predict a light H^\pm with m_{H^\pm}< m_W. Although the potentially large branching ratio for H^\pm \to A^0 W^* would ensure that H^\pm also escaped detection in direct searches at LEP II and the Tevatron Run I, we show that this elusive parameter space is overwhelmingly disfavoured by electroweak precision measurements.
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            Reflections on the Fate of Spacetime

             Edward Witten (1996)
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              14 August 2004
              2005-03-15
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              physics/0408070
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              45 pages, 3 figures. Replaced eq. (42). Added 5 references. Added text to various pages. To appear in the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Frontiers of Fundamental Physics, Sept. 2004, Udine, Italy
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