If category theory is valid....

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Ralph E. Frost

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Dec 21, 2001, 1:48:26 PM12/21/01
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...doesn't that mean that there must be at least one other model that is
equivalent to or better than the SM or MSM model?

I was reguritating after reading a CYA CERN blurb about " ~ higgs may have
been just about to appear at 115 Gev" (near the end of
http://lepewwg.web.cern.ch/LEPEWWG/higgs.txt) when I realized that if (the
always just upgraded current version of) the Standard Model fits with much
of the data, must not the SM have SOME very effective competitors?
Doesn't category predict that type of outcome?

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John Baez

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Dec 29, 2001, 3:14:55 PM12/29/01
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In article <u22s5eb...@corp.supernews.com>,

Ralph E. Frost <ref...@dcwi.com> wrote:

>...doesn't that mean that there must be at least one other model that is
>equivalent to or better than the SM or MSM model?

No. In fact, my eyeballs fell out just from reading this question,
so it's a good thing I can touch-type.

Ralph E. Frost

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Feb 15, 2002, 10:50:32 AM2/15/02
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John Baez <ba...@galaxy.ucr.edu> wrote in message
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I don't understand your answer. Could you please elaborate?


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