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Prespacetime Journal has just published Volume 3 Issue 5 entitled "Tevatron’s Final Higgs Results, Fractional Field Theory, Superluminal Neutrino? & New GR Solutions" at

Prespacetime Journal Vol 3, No 5 (2012): Tevatron’s Final Higgs Results, Fractional Field Theory, Superluminal Neutrino? & New GR Solutions

Table of Contents

Special Reports

Mini Higgs Update & Final Higgs Results Showing Excess Announced by Tevatron (by Philip E. Gibbs)


Moriond 2012 Higgs Summary (by Philip E. Gibbs)

Fractional Field Theory and Physics Beyond the Standard Model (by Ervin Goldfain)

Superluminal Neutrinos? (by B. G. Sidharth)

GR Articles

The (t/z) Type Plane wave Solutions of The Field Equations of Bonner and Schrodinger Non-Symmetric Unified Field Theory (by Suresh W. Bhaware, D. D. Pawar, A. G. Deshmukh)

Bianchi Type-VI Inflationary Universe in General Relativity (by Shivdas D. Katore, B. B. Chopade)

Hyper-Surface Universe with Wet Dark Fluid in General Relativity (by Shivdas D. Katore, G. B. Tayade, S. A. Bhaskar)

Six-dimensional Static Plane Symmetric Vacuum Solutions in f(R) Gravity (by Jyotsna K. Jumale, D. P. Teltumbade, K. D. Thengane)


LHC Update: Beams Are Back (by Philip E. Gibbs)

As reported at the viXra Blog by Philip E. Gibbs, other bloggers and the news media, scientists of Fermilab at a conference in Italy showed final results of Tevatron which also hint the existence of Higgs boson:

The hints are shown in the excess in the mass range from 115 GeV to 140 GeV. According to Gibbs, "The mass resolution is not as good as the LHC results and the significance of the excess is less but consistency with the other results is what we were hoping for, so well done to CDF and D0 for this nice final Higgs result from them."

However, a scientific discovery of Higgs boson cannot be declared based all the scientific data available at the present. So the hunt for Higgs boson continues.