BICEP2 and the Gravitino Mass: The Questionable Result


  •  AC Tahan    

Abstract

The gravitino has been explained to exist with a low mass (Tahan 2013). BICEP2 results support a mass close to 1014GeV. Though the BICEP2 conclusions have been celebrated by numerous physicists with fewer scientists indicating problems with the data,   from BICEP2 (BICEP2 Collaboration 2014) can be understood improbable by simply focusing on the mass of the gravitino. This manuscript presents a method involving increasing string vibrations to measure the gravitino mass in the laboratory.


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