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Implications of quaternionic dark matter

S. P. Brumby, B. E. Hanlon, G. C. Joshi
arXiv:hep-th/9610210

Submitted on 28 October 1996

Abstract

Taking the complex nature of quantum mechanics which we observe today as a low energy effect of a broken quaternionic theory we explore the possibility that dark matter arises as a consequence of this underlying quaternionic structure to our universe. We introduce a low energy, effective, Lagrangian which incorporates the remnants of a local quaternionic algebra, investigate the stellar production of the resultant exotic bosons and explore the possible low energy consequences of our remnant extended Hilbert space.

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Comment: 14 pages, RevTeX, no figures

Subjects: High Energy Physics - Theory; Astrophysics; General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology; High Energy Physics - Phenomenology; Quantum Physics

URL: https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9610210