Postmodern Technicolor

@inproceedings{Appelquist1997PostmodernT,
  title={Postmodern Technicolor},
  author={Thomas Appelquist and John Terning and L. C. Rohana Wijewardhana},
  year={1997}
}
Using new insights into strongly coupled gauge theories arising from analytic calculations and lattice simulations, we explore a framework for technicolor model building that relies on a non-trivial infrared fixed point, and an essential role for QCD. Interestingly, the models lead to a simple relation between the electroweak scale and the QCD confinement scale, and to the possible existence of exotic leptoquarks with masses of several hundred GeV. 

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