**SEE ALSO: ****http://vixra.org/pdf/1112.0065v2.pdf **
**LHC signals between 121-130 GeV interpreted with non Standard Model**

**Quantum-FFF theory.** (

FOR THE FIGURES)** **
**Abstract,**
**What if we have to deal with a massless Higgs boson?**
In Quantum Function Follows Form theory, (Q-FFF) shortened "Quantum Form Theory", the Higgs particle is interpreted as a massless transformer particle able to create the universe by transforming its shape after real mechanical collision and able to merge with other shaped particles into composite geometrical knots called Quarks and some Leptons (Muons and Tauons).

Singular particles are; the two Leptons: the Electron and Positron, different shaped Photons, Gluons and neutrinos all originated out of one single transformed Higgs.

As a consequence the recent Large Hadron Collider (LHC) results, showing special values between 121-130 GeV for the predicted signal of the massive Standard Model (SM) Higgs, should be interpreted as the result of one or more different composite particle decay- and collision processes and not as the result of Higgs decay.

In this paper I present some possible transformations after the collision of (Non- SM) Proton particles interpreted as Quark- Gluon cloud collisions, into the observed production and decay results such as, gg into Di-Photons, ZZ into 4 Lepton or WW into LvLv .

Introduction,

According to Quantum-FFF Theory, it is assumed that the vacuum is packed with massive numbers of massless Higgs particles, all energetic oscillating inside and along a chiral tetrahedral based vacuum lattice system and as such, the origin and bearer of all energy (even dark energy and the Casimir effect) in the universe. (reference: 16:** **Construction Principles for Chiral "atoms of Spacetime Geometry" )

If by a local energy excess, two Higgs particles collide with enough energy, it is assumed that at fist an Electron and Positron emerges by the mutual transformation of the two Higgs particles.

Due to the propeller shape of the Fermions, these Fermions start to spin by a constant collision and scattering process with the Higgs vacuum, changing Higgs particles continuously into different forms of Photon/Gluons and Gravitons

As a result, I found, that many “elementary” particles should not be elementary, but compound constructions or KNOTS made up by transformed Higgs particles.

Even the Muon and Tau Lepton should be compound particles having the same shape as one of the different coloured “naked” Down- respectively Charm Quarks. (figure: 6)

Thus, Muon- and Tau particles are supposed to be “naked” Quarks not protected by a Gluon cloud, but directly bombarded and driven by the Higgs vacuum lattice.

As a consequence of this Non Standard Model I will describe some examples of possible collision and decay processes which could be responsible for the recent LHC findings between 121 and 130 GeV.

In Q-FFF theory the Non Standard Model (Non SM) Higgs is presented as a massless complex 3-D ring (torus) shape divided in four equal pieces which are connected by three disc-like hinges, which can rotate into only four 90 degree-positions with the possible coding: L,R,Oand U.

The result is that each singular particle only can be coded by three of these four letters, e.g. as ORO, OLO, UOU etc. (figure 1)
I will start with the description of how we could interpret the recent LHC findings however,

I will use terms and codings of the so called alternative Standard Model described later in this letter starting with figure 1.

**Quantum-Form-Theory based description for the recent LHC results for Di-Photon, ZZ and WW decay signals**.

**1: Non SM Transformation of Gluons into Photons: gg→ ****γγ**

The most important discovery channel for a SM Higgs boson at the LHC, is the Di-Photon signal original coded gg → Higgs → γγ

However in Q-FFF theory the two Gluons are able to transform directly into two Photons, without the production of a SM Higgs, but by the mechanical aid of four massless oscillating Higgs particles out of the vacuum.

The most obvious Gluons which are assumed to be able to such a direct transformation are the Gluons coded: LOL or ROR, since they have the form and symmetry needed for external dual in tandem oscillating (ring shaped) Higgs particles to transform both “arms” of one Gluon LOL or ROR at the same time and create a “general Photon” used for the range of visible light to gamma rays, coded UOU .

Thus we need 4x Higgs bosons not for decay product, but for internal particle change by rotation.

(for particle coding see figure: 1)

**2: The ZZ production by Quark collision and decay into 4x Leptons.**

In Q-FFF theory, the Z particle, is a compound particle (knot)of the Electron and Positron coded (OLO+ORO) ( See figure 10)

To produce a ZZ combination we need the ingredients (Electron ORO and Positron OLO) of 2x d and 2x u Quarks.

(For Quark generations see figure: 4 and 6)

As a consequence, the decay of the ZZ (2x OLO+2xORO) into 4 Leptons is as follows:

**A: ZZ decay simply by falling apart into 2x Electrons arbitrarily coded 2x(ORO) and 2x Positrons 2x(OLO). **

Or:

**B: ZZ decay into Muons. The Electrons and Positrons released by the ZZ, seem to be also able to attract Gluons out of the Quark Gluon plasma and form Muons.**

1x OLO is supposed to transform by addition of two Gluons (ROR) into 1x (OLO+2xROR)= Muon+) see figure 6.

1x ORO is supposed to transform by addition of two Gluons (LOL) into 1x (ORO+2xLOL= Muon-) see figure 6.

**C: ZZ decay into 4xTauons is not possible (and not observed in the LHC) only by the ingredients of the two ZZ, since each Tau particle needs 2x Electrons or 2xPositrons as a composite base. **

Consequently, according to Q-FFF theory, there is only room to decay ZZ into 2x Tau Leptons.

**3 The WW production by Quark collision and decay into LvLv**.

In Q-FFF theory, the W particle is a compound particle of (2xOLO+1xORO=W+) or (2xORO+1xOLO=W-) (See figure 10).

However, there is something strange here:

To produce a set of W+W+ particles we need the TOTAL Electron and Positron ingredients of only TWO colliding Protons.

However, to produce a set of W-W+ particles we need ingredients of THREE colliding Protons or at least and extra Quark, since we need 3x colliding d- Quarks (ORO+2xLOL) and 3x u Quarks (OLO+ROR) out of Proton nuclei. Inside two protons we count 2x duu.

As a consequence, we need at least three protons because for the production of W+W- we are short of one d quark, which we have to find somewhere else in a third proton.

Thus we count in total: 3xOLO, 3xORO; all the ingredients needed for the W+W- combination.

However we also count 3x ROR and 6x LOL Gluons/Photons left behind in the Gluon sea, or partly needed for the Muon production we need only.( 2x ROR + 2x LOL)

**According to Q-FFF theory this could be solved, because we get not 2x neutrinos but 4x neutrinos!**

**A: For W+W- decay into Electron Positron pairs we get not LvLv but LvvLvv!)**:

In Q-FFF theory, a Positron OLO and Electron ORO can be transformed by dual Higgs oscillations into respectively LLL respectively RRR.

Consequently:

W+W- (3x OLO and 3x ORO=total) can be transferred into 1x OLO Positron and 1x ORO Electron plus 2x LLL and 2x RRR Muonic neutrinos. **(We count 4xNeutrinos!)**

**B: For W+W- decay into Muon + Muon - pairs we also get LvvLvv**

In Q-FFF theory, a Positron OLO and Electron ORO can be transformed by dual Higgs oscillations into respectively LLL respectively RRR.

W+W- (3xOLOand 3x ORO) can also be transferred into 1x OLO Positron and 1x ORO Electron added with 2x LLL and 2x RRR Muonic neutrinos.

**Thus we count again 4x Neutrinos! **

**However, to produce Muons we need additional Gluons (2x ROR + 2x LOL) out of the Gluon sea, which merge with the Electron and Positron into Muonic knots.**

As a result we get:

1x OLO+2xROR (Muon +) plus 2x LLL Muonic Neutrinos and

1x ORO+2xLOL (Muon _) plus 2x RRR Anti Muonic Neutrinos (figure 1)

In Q-FFF theory, a Positron OLO and Electron ORO can be transformed by dual Higgs oscillations into respectively LLL or RRR.

Martin Veltman's conclusion :

Conclusion

Thus if no Higgs is seen in the near future then either there is no

Higgs or it is less visible. At this time the No-Higgs possibility

seems preferable because of the excellent fit to the ρ parameter.

The above two options are of course not the same thing.

Investigating carefully WW production at very high energies

(> 250 GeV) may clarify the issue.

Therefore it seems that the LHC should be used to explore WW

pair production as precisely as possible. Else we must wait for

the next linear collider….

But then, who knows what will happen ?