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A Large mass hierarchy from a small extra dimension
We propose a new higher-dimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arisesExpand
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An Alternative to compactification
Conventional wisdom states that Newton's force law implies only four noncompact dimensions. We demonstrate that this is not necessarily true in the presence of a nonfactorizable background geometry.Expand
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Out of this world supersymmetry breaking
Abstract We show that in a general hidden sector model, supersymmetry breaking necessarily generates at one loop a scalar and gaugino mass as a consequence of the super-Weyl anomaly. We study aExpand
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RS1, custodial isospin and precision tests
We study precision electroweak constraints within a RS1 model with gauge fields and fermions in the bulk. The electroweak gauge symmetry is enhanced to SU(2)L × SU(2)R × U(1)B−L, thereby providing aExpand
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A Small cosmological constant from a large extra dimension
We propose a new approach to the Cosmological Constant Problem which makes essential use of an extra dimension. A model is presented in which the Standard Model vacuum energy “warps” theExpand
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Warped/composite phenomenology simplified
This is the first of two papers aimed at economically capturing the collider phenomenology of warped extra dimensions with bulk Standard Model fields, where the hierarchy problem is solvedExpand
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4D scattering amplitudes and asymptotic symmetries from 2D CFT
A bstractWe reformulate the scattering amplitudes of 4D flat space gauge theory and gravity in the language of a 2D CFT on the celestial sphere. The resulting CFT structure exhibits an OPEExpand
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Naturalness in the dark at the LHC
A bstractWe revisit the Twin Higgs scenario as a “dark” solution to the little hierarchy problem, identify the structure of a minimal model and its viable parameter space, and analyze its colliderExpand
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Vectorlike confinement at the LHC
We argue for the plausibility of a broad class of vectorlike confining gauge theories at the TeV scale which interact with the Standard Model predominantly via gauge interactions. These theories haveExpand
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Flavourful production at hadron colliders
We ask what new states may lie at or below the TeV scale, with sizable flavour-dependent couplings to light quarks, putting them within reach of hadron colliders via resonant production, or inExpand
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