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Cybersusy: A new mechanism for supersymmetry breaking in the Supersymmetric Standard Model

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Cybersusy is a new approach to supersymmetry breaking, based on the BRS cohomology of composite operators in the supersymmetric standard model (analyzed using spectral sequences). The cohomology generates a new kind of supersymmetry algebra and a new effective action. When the gauge symmetry is broken (from the vacuum expectation value of a scalar field), supersymmetry breaking is also induced. Applied to the leptons, the result is consistent with experiment, and the vacuum energy remains zero, and no annoying mass sum rules are present.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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