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New results at LHC confirming the vacuum stability and Multiple Point Principle

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      In the present paper we argue that the correction to the Higgs mass coming from the bound state of 6 top and 6 anti-top quarks, predicted early by C.D. Froggatt and ourselves, leads to the Standard Model vacuum stability and confirms the accuracy of the multiple point principle (principle of degenerate vacua) for all experimentally valued parameters (Higgs mass, top-quark mass, etc.). Fitting to get the vacuum degeneracy requires a mass of the bound state, just in the region of the new two photon state in LHC, 750-760 GeV.

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      2016-01-13
      2016-02-28
      1601.03231 10.1142/S0217751X16500299

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      International Journal of Modern Physics A Vol. 31 (2016) 1650029 (26 pages)
      27 pages, 6 figures
      hep-ph

      High energy & Particle physics

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