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Experimental Supersymmetry

Version 1 : Received: 3 November 2020 / Approved: 4 November 2020 / Online: 4 November 2020 (08:08:03 CET)

How to cite: Amoroso, R.L. Experimental Supersymmetry. Preprints 2020, 2020110172. Amoroso, R.L. Experimental Supersymmetry. Preprints 2020, 2020110172.


A radical, albeit pragmatic protocol for experimental access to putative String/M-theoretic, Einstein Unified Field Mechanical (UFM) additional dimensionality (XD) of the brane-bouquet bulk is presented. If successful, results demonstrate the existence dimensionality beyond the metric of observed physical reality provided by the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics and Cosmology. Quantum Mechanics (QM), as well-known is incomplete and further, should no longer be considered the basement of reality; meaning, Locality and Unitarity – the fundaments of quantum theory are an insufficient basis for extending the representation of reality. A seminal model of Tight Bound States (TBS) below the lowest Bohr orbit in the hydrogen atom, proposed by Vigier, is extended to a Kaluza-Klein-like (KK) cyclical tier of XD hyperspherical cavities defined within a manifold of uncertainty (MOU) of finite radius up to the semi-quantum limit, predicting, within its domain, new spectral lines in Hydrogen. The proposed protocol for this process, with phase modifications, provides efficacy of large-scale additional dimensionality (LSXD) of the brane bulk; XD-LSXD incursion duality accesses nonlocal Einsteinian UFM phenomena, leading to myriad new classes of technological innovation.


Dirac hypertube; Dirac polarized vacuum; M-theory; manifold of uncertainty; nonlocality; semi-quantum limit; supersymmetry; tight bound states, unified field theory


Physical Sciences, Acoustics

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