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Physics  2000 

Microscopic Theory of the Standard Model

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The operator manifold formalism (part I) enables the unification of the geometry and the field theory, and yields the quantization of geometry. This is the mathematical framework for our physical outlook that the geometry and fields, with the internal symmetries and all interactions, as well the four major principles of relativity (special and general), quantum, gauge and colour confinement, are derivative, and come into being simultaneously in the stable system of the underlying ``primordial structures''. In part II we attempt to develop, further, the microscopic approach to the Standard Model of particle physics, which enables an insight to the key problems of particle phenomenology. We suggest the microscopic theory of the unified electroweak interactions. The Higgs bosons have arisen on an analogy of the Cooper pairs in superconductivity. Besides of microscopic interpretation of all physical parameters the resulting theory also makes plausible following testable implications for the current experiments: 1. The Higgs bosons never could emerge in spacetime continuum, thus, they cannot be discovered in these experiments nor at any energy range. 2. For each of the three SM families of quarks and leptons there are corresponding heavy family partners with the same quantum numbers lying far above the electroweak scale, respectively, at the energy threshold values: $E_{1}>(419.6 \pm 12.0)GeV, \quad E_{2}= (457.6 \pm 13.2)GeV$ and $E_{3}=(521.4 \pm 15.0)GeV.$


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