364 – Physics beyond the Standard Model
Guest: Valerie Domcke Host: Markus Voelter Shownoter: Andy Joiner
A while ago we had a whole series about LHC, ATLAS and particle physics in general. Despite all we know about what our world is made of and the explanatory power of the standard model, there is also a variety of open questions and currently unexplained phenomena. These include dark matter, dark energy, the neutrino mass, the CP violation, the hierarchy problem, and of course the unification of the standard model with gravitation. In this episode, CERN’s Valerie Domcke explains what it’s all about.
Dark Matter | Matter | Gravity | Radiate | Black Hole | Bend Light | Interaction | Neutrino Detector | Weak Interaction | Parameter Space | Free Parameter | Mass/Charge/Spin | Xenon | WIMP | Axions | Strong CP Problem | QCD | Primordial Black Hole | Supersymmetric WIMP | General Relatively | Bullet Cluster
Dark Energy | Accelerated Expansion of the Universe | Red Shift | Cosmological Constant | Einstein's Biggest Blunder | Vacuum Energy | Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) | Opaque Universe | Quintessence | Multiverse | String Theory
CP Violation | Antimatter | Hydrodynamics Equations | Annihilate | Electrogenesis | Antiparticle | Yukawa Coupling | Baryon number | Leptogenesis | Baryogenesis | Higgs Field | C-Symmetry | Parity | Quantum Field Theory | Grand Unified Theory