
Now (November, 2018) scientists at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN think that they may have discovered a new particle, the decay of which gives rise to muon pairs in a narrow peak of the energy of colliding protons strictly defined at 28 GeV [1]. Among physicists, this particle causes not only excitement, but also alarm. Unlike the Higgs boson, predicted by the theory of elementary particles in the framework of the simplest version of the Standard Model (SM), the new particle can threaten the CM. If this particle really exists, then it should be outside the standard model, where no one expected it. Just as Newtonian gravity has given way to Einstein’s general theory of relativity, the standard model will be replaced. But the replacement will not match the candidates that have already been proposed for the expansion of the standard model: including supersymmetry, extra dimensions, and the theory of the Great Unification. All of them offer new particles, but none of them possesses such properties as the one that may have just been discovered. It must be something so strange that no one has ever proposed it. Fortunately, another large LHC experiment, ATLAS, has similar data from its experiments, which the team is still analyzing and reporting in due time. A particle with a mass of 28.9354 GeV was predicted in 2007 by Professors Leo G. Sapogin and Yu. A. Ryabov theoretically, at on the calculation of the mass spectrum of elementary particles based on the Unitary Quantum Theory [2, 3]. By the way computed in 2007 Sapogin's spectrum has particle with the mass Higgs boson. In the Standard Model all the elementary particles interacting with the Higgs field acquire mass, but the Higgs boson from this universal mechanism falls out! This ambiguity is fundamental and fraught with extremely serious consequences for SM [4]. The standard model (SM) even lacks a mass spectrum theoretically proved calculation algorithm for elementary particles and no ideas how to do it! SM contains from 20 to 60 arbitrary adjustable parameters (there are different versions of SM) for calculating the mass of particles. All these bear strong resemblance to the situation with Ptolemaic models of Solar system before appearance of Kepler`s laws and Newton s mechanics. Professor Leo Sapogin proposed a different universal mechanism allowing the Higgs boson acquiring a mass similarly to all other elementary particles. All this masses were calculated in 2007 and the table with all theoretical masses for the elementary particles is given in [2]. The situation when theoretical predictions appear before their experimental confirmation and wait for of their recognition is really unique. It recalls the situation with the recognition of the work of the P. Higgs and F. Engler. It is time to recognize Leo Sapogin’s Unitary Quantum Theory [3].
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