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If the Higgs-like particle discovered in 2012 is a Higgs it will have spin-0.
Geometric Unity predicts that it will have spin-1 and that there will be two of them. The smallest prediction for multiple Higgses from a competing theory is five, so Geometric Unity's prediction is totally unique.
Further to dlorde newbielink:http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.1432 [nonactive]and moving this topic to New Theories
Totally unique and, it would now appear, wrong.
Whatever the spin turns out to be in the end, it is true that as of this date no one at CERN has run a complete analysis for the spin of the new particle.Quote from: dlorde on 19/08/2013 12:21:08Totally unique and, it would now appear, wrong.True, but it appears that way because you are only reading the title and not the actual report.
Nature seems to suggest an obvious choice of ratio.l+ = (1 + √5)/2
is neither proof