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PART I: PADIC DESCRIPTION OF PARTICLE MASSIVATION 
Quantum TGD should be reducible to the classical spinor geometry of the configuration space ("world of classical worlds" (WCW)). The possibility to express the components of WCW Kähler metric as anticommutators of WCW gamma matrices becomes a practical tool if one assumes that WCW gamma matrices correspond to Noether super charges for supersymplectic algebra of WCW. The possibility to express the Kähler metric also in terms of Kähler function identified as Kähler for Euclidian spacetime regions leads to a duality analogous to AdS/CFT duality. Physical states should correspond to the modes of the WCW spinor fields and the identification of the fermionic oscillator operators as supersymplectic charges is highly attractive. WCW spinor fields cannot, as one might naively expect, be carriers of a definite spin and unit fermion number. Concerning the construction of the WCW spinor structure there are some important clues. 1. Geometrization of fermionic statistics in terms of configuration space spinor structure The great vision has been that the second quantization of the induced spinor fields can be understood geometrically in terms of the WCW spinor structure in the sense that the anticommutation relations for WCW gamma matrices require anticommutation relations for the oscillator operators for free second quantized induced spinor fields.
2. KählerDirac equation for induced spinor fields Supersymmetry between fermionic and and WCW degrees of freedom dictates that KählerDirac action is the unique choice for the Dirac action There are several approaches for solving the modified Dirac (or KählerDirac) equation.

Elementary particle vacuum functionals Genusgeneration correspondence is one of the basic ideas of TGD approach. In order to answer various questions concerning the plausibility of the idea, one should know something about the dependence of the elementary particle vacuum functionals on the vibrational degrees of freedom for the partonic 2surface. The construction of the elementary particle vacuum functionals based on Diff invariance, 2dimensional conformal symmetry, modular invariance plus natural stability requirements indeed leads to an essentially unique form of the vacuum functionals and one can understand why g >2 bosonic families are experimentally absent and why lepton numbers are conserved separately. An argument suggesting that the number of the light fermion families is three, is developed. The argument goes as follows. Elementary particle vacuum functionals represent bound states of g handles and vanish identically for hyperelliptic surfaces having g > 2. Since all g≤ 2 surfaces are hyperelliptic, g≤ 2 and g > 2 elementary particles cannot appear in same nonvanishing vertex and therefore decouple. The g>2 vacuum functionals not vanishing for hyperelliptic surfaces represent many particle states of g≤ 2 elementary particle states being thus unstable against the decay to g≤ 2 states. The failure of Z_{2} conformal symmetry for g>2 elementary particle vacuum functionals could in turn explain why they are heavy: this however not absolutely necessary since these particles would behave like dark matter in any case.

PART II: NEW PHYSICS PREDICTED BY TGD

Higgs Or Something Else? The question whether TGD predicts Higgs or not has been one of the longstanding issues of TGD. For 10 years ago I would not have hesitated to tell that TGD does not predict Higgs and had good looking arguments for my claim. During years my views have been alternating between Higgs and noHiggs option. In the light of after wisdom the basic mistake has been the lack of a conscious attempt to localize precisely the location of the problem and suggest a minimal modification of standard theory picture to solve it. Now the situation is settled experimentally: Higgs is there. It is however somewhat too light so that Higgs mechanism is not stable against radiative corrections. SUSY cannot take care of this problem since LHC demonstrated that SUSY mass scale is too high. One has the problem known as loss of "naturalness". Hence Higgs is not yet a fully written page in the history of physics. Furthermore, the experiments demonstrate the existence of Higgs, not the reality of Higgs mechanism. Higgs mechanism in fermionic sector is indeed an ugly duckling: the dimensionless couplings of fermions to Higgs vary in huge range: 12 orders of magnitude between neutrinos and top quark.
In this chapter only the recent view about Higgs is described and reader is saved from the many alternatives that I have considered during last years. 
SUSY in TGD Universe Contrary to the original expectations, TGD seems to allow a generalization of the spacetime SUSY to its 8D variant with masslessness in 4D sense replaced with masslessness in 8D sense. The algebra in question is the Clifford algebra of fermionic oscillator operators associated with given partonic 2surface. In terms of these algebras one can in turn construct generators supersymplectic algebra as stringy Noether charges and also other superconformal algebras and even their Yangians used to create quantum states. This also forces to generalize twistor approach to give 8D counterparts of ordinary 4D twistors. The 8D analog of super Poincare algebra emerges at the fundamental level through the anticommutation relations of the fermionic oscillator operators. For this algebra N=∞ holds true. Most of the states in the representations of this algebra are massive in 4D sense. The restriction to the massless sector gives the analog of ordinary SUSY with a finite value of N  essentially as the number of massless states of fundamental fermions to be distinguished from elementary fermions. The addition of a fermion in particular mode defines particular supersymmetry. This supersymmetry is broken due to the dynamics of the KählerDirac operator, which also mixes M^{4} chiralities inducing massivation. Since righthanded neutrino has no electroweak couplings the breaking of the corresponding supersymmetry should be weakest. The question is whether this SUSY has a restriction to a SUSY algebra at spacetime level and whether the QFT limit of TGD could be formulated as a generalization of SUSY QFT. There are several problems involved.
In this chapter the details of the above general picture are discussed. Also the existing experimental constraints on SUSY are discussed. 
New Particle Physics Predicted by TGD: Part I
TGD predicts a lot of new physics and it is quite possible that this new physics becomes visible at LHC. Although the calculational formalism is still lacking, padic length scale hypothesis allows to make precise quantitative predictions for particle masses by using simple scaling arguments. The basic elements of quantum TGD responsible for new physics are following.
In this chapter the predicted new physics and possible indications for it are discussed. 
New Particle Physics Predicted by TGD: Part II In this chapter the focus is on the hadron physics. The applications are to various anomalies discovered during years. 1. Application of the manysheeted spacetime concept in hadron physics The manysheeted spacetime concept involving also the notion of field body can be applied to hadron physics to explain findings which are difficult to understand in the framework of standard model
