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Cybersusy Solves the Cosmological Constant Problem

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arXiv ID: 1006.2334
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Cybersusy is a new mechanism for SUSY breaking. When the auxiliary fields are integrated in any theory like the SSM, certain special new composite superfields arise. Spontaneous breaking of internal symmetry, like SU(2) X U(1) to U(1), gives rise to a new realization of SUSY for these new superfields. This realization mixes elementary and composite states. In the resulting effective action, if the new superfield has mass, then there are SUSY anomalies. Since there are no massless supermultiplets, the SUSY anomalies must be present. They generate a spectrum for SUSY breaking that is consistent with the known particles. Supergravity does not couple to the anomalies because it does not couple to composite states. So unitarity is not violated. There is no cosmological constant generated, because SUSY is not spontaneously broken.

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