Experimental evidence of dark matter axions identical to solar axions and the absence of the "fifth" carrier force for the Higgs field

Author:

Vitaliy D. Rusov, Igor V. Sharph, Vladimir P. Smolyar

Keyword:

High Energy Physics - Phenomenology, High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

journal:

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date:

2023-08-14 16:00:00

Abstract

The complete "experimental" proof of the existence of axion luminosity and trapped ADMs in the interior of the Sun is the reason for the formation of hot dark matter axions (see modified Turner model (1987) with a critical density fraction of $\Omega_{axionHDM}^{thermal} \sim 0.32$ at a mass of $\sim6~eV$) between inflation and Big Bang nucleosynthesis, which are further transformed into mixed dark matter between Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the cosmological microwave background (CMB) in the form of $\left[ \Omega_{axionHDM}^{thermal} \right]_{\sim 0.32} = \Omega_{ADM} + \Omega_{baryon}$ and $\left[ \Omega_{axionHDM}^{thermal} \right]_{axiogenesis} = \Omega_{axoinWDM}^{coherent} + \Omega_{baryon}$, where the first term 5 GeV ADM is the result of the decay of the partially composite dark matter of the Higgs boson, in which there is a remarkable absence of the "fifth" carrier force for the Higgs field in the Universe, and the second term $\Omega_{axoinWDM}^{coherent} \sim 4.5 \cdot 10^{-5}$ is associated with the mass of $\sim 3.2 \cdot 10^{-2} ~eV$ of coherent axions of warm dark matter, which are identical to solar axions with the same mass (Rusov et al. 2021).