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d = 11 Supergravity on almost flat R^4 times a compact hyperbolic 7-manifold, and the dip and bump seen in ATLAS-CONF-2010-088

@article{Austin2011d1,
  title={d = 11 Supergravity on almost flat R^4 times a compact hyperbolic 7-manifold, and the dip and bump seen in ATLAS-CONF-2010-088},
  author={Chris Austin},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
  year={2011}
}
  • Chris Austin
  • Published 2011
  • Physics
  • arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory
  • Rough estimates are presented to show that the bump at 1.7 to 1.9 TeV seen in ATLAS-CONF-2010-088 could arise from about 10^{30} approximately degenerate Kaluza-Klein states of the d = 11 supergravity multiplet in the s channel, that could arise from compactification of d = 11 supergravity on a 7-manifold with a compact hyperbolic Cartesian factor of intrinsic volume around 10^{34} and curvature radius an inverse TeV. A first hypothesis that the modes in the bump arise from a large degeneracy… CONTINUE READING
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