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April 10, 20182:00 pm – 3:00 pm (CDT)

Model Of Every Thing (MOET)


Dimitri Nanopoulos (Texas A&M University)



Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics & Astronomy

College Station, Texas 77843

Event Details

A model will be presented, Flipped SU(5) embedded in No-Scale Supergravity, that has the following properties:

i) Provides the origin of Starobinsky-like inflation, with a variable r, the tensor to scalar ratio
ii) Provides neutrino masses proportional to the inflaton mass, correlating the inflaton/inflatino to he heavy right-handed neutrino(s)/sneutrinos
iii) Strong reheating is favored that leads, through Supercosmology, to A GUT phase transition without excessive entropy production that would have diluted the generated baryon asymmetry
iv) There are no magnetic monopoles
v) Observable proton decay, without dimension 5 proton decay operators as a consequence of a natural doublet-triplet (higgs) mass spliting
vi) Consistent with low energy phenomenology, including LHC and Dark Matter searches...
vii) It is String-derive(d)(able)

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