Beyond the standard Higgs after the 125 GeV Higgs discovery

C. Grojean
2014 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
An elementary, weakly coupled and solitary Higgs boson allows one to extend the validity of the Standard Model up to very high energy, maybe as high as the Planck scale. Nonetheless, this scenario fails to fill the universe with dark matter and does not explain the matter-antimatter asymmetry. However, amending the Standard Model tends to destabilize the weak scale by large quantum corrections to the Higgs potential. New degrees of freedom, new forces, new organizing principles are required to
more » ... es are required to provide a consistent and natural description of physics beyond the standard Higgs.
doi:10.1098/rsta.2014.0042 fatcat:ud5g2yk77vhirgxzgiloipatvm