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Minimal supersymmetric Higgs bosons with extra dimensions as the source of reheating and all matter



Minimal supersymmetric Higgs bosons with extra dimensions as the source of reheating and all matter



Physical Review Letters 93(6): 061301



We consider the possibility that the dark energy responsible for inflation is deposited into extra dimensions outside of our observable Universe. Reheating and all matter can then be obtained from the minimal supersymmetric standard model flat direction condensate involving the Higgs bosons Hu and Hd, which acquires large amplitude by virtue of quantum fluctuations during inflation. The reheat temperature is TRH < or = 10(9) GeV so that there is no gravitino problem. We find a spectral index ns 1 with a very weak dependence on the Higgs potential.

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DOI: 10.1103/physrevlett.93.061301


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