A Possible Validation of the 3D Version of String Theory

This video presents an alternative explanation of the nature of the new particle discovered by the CERN Large Hadron Collider experiments in 2012. The alternative explanation is based on the Three-Dimensional Spiral String Theory (3D-SST) developed in 2006. According to this theory, at the core of the Universe are the toroidal spiral spacetimes called toryces. The toryces exist in four topologically-inverted polarized states and follow the Unified Law of Planetary Motion for which a similar classical law is a particular case. Similarly to the conventional electrons, the toryces exist in quantum energy states. In toryces, these quantum energy states depend on the matter level. Four kinds of basic elementary particles are formed by the unification of polarized toryces: electrons, positrons, ethertrons and singulatrons. These particles form complex particles, including nucleons. During the proton-proton collision, the matter level of a proton increases from 2 of ordinary matter to 3 of dark matter. The excited proton captures an electron and transforms into a new neutral particle. Thus, the experiments conducted at the Large Hadron Collider in 2012 have possibly provided for the first time evidence of the existence of dark matter. The mass of the new particle predicted by the 3D-SST in 2006 is within 2.5% of its measured value.