Is the Higgs Boson Composed of Neutrinos?

Preprint number: CP3-Origins-2015-21 DNRF90 and DIAS-2015-21
Authors: Christopher T. Hill (Fermilab National Accelerator Laboratory) and Jens Krog (CP3-Origins & DIAS)
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We show that conventional Higgs compositeness conditions can be achieved by the running of large Higgs-Yukawa couplings involving right-handed neutrinos that become active at $\sim 10^{13}- 10^{14}$ GeV. Together with a somewhat enhanced quartic coupling, arising by a Higgs portal interaction to a dark matter sector, we can obtain a Higgs boson composed of neutrinos. This is a “next-to-minimal” dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking scheme.