Gauge hierarchy

@article{Kim2019GaugeH,
  title={Gauge hierarchy},
  author={Jihn E. Kim},
  journal={PROCEEDINGS OF THE 14TH ASIA-PACIFIC PHYSICS CONFERENCE},
  year={2019}
}
  • Jihn E. Kim
  • Published 29 November 2019
  • Physics
  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE 14TH ASIA-PACIFIC PHYSICS CONFERENCE
The chirality is the key for our world. In this scheme, I present a solution of the long standing gauge hierarchy problem with a hidden sector SU(5)$'$ with representations $\overline{\bf 10}\oplus \overline{\bf 5}\oplus 2\cdot{\bf 5}$. Sideway remarks are on {\it NATURAL HILLTOP} inflation and a bound on the QCD angle $\bar\theta$. 
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