The Quest for the Higgs Boson and the Planck Black Hole Production at the CERN Large Hadron Collider
American Physical Society Conference?, Session S7 - FOCUS Session, October 25, 2003 LaPaz, Memorial Union, Arizona State University. When the CERN 7 TeV Large Hadron Collider (LHC) comes on line in the next few years, hypothesis is that significant experimental discoveries may verify the Higgs boson and the production of short lived Planck size mini Schwarzchild black holes, both of which are fundamental to a unified particle and cosmological standard and supersymmetry model. The Higgs mechanism relates to particle mass in the standard model and the mini black holes may relate to the cosmological mini mass problem as well as yield clues as to the structure of the vacuum. These points are of particular interest to our research, and the discovery and identification of mini black holes (mbh) is basic to our scaling law model. Hawking radiation from the production of mini black holes from accelerated Hadrons are expected to be observed from x ? and gamma ? ray lepton production from subcomponents of quarks or partons. Our model and Hawking's picture may demonstrate that mbh hold basic clues about the very nature of the fabric of spacetime itself. We examine the Kerr-Newman black hole production cross section in detail at the energies of the LHC.