100 Years of Science
D. Carrigan - Fermilab July 7, 2004
The future for particle physics
From Quigg http://www.fis.puc.cl/~rlineros/research/cdmexico/talks/BeyondSM/BSM1.pdf
Some of Quigg’s April 28, 04 “Questions for the Future”
1. Are quarks and leptons elementary?
2. What is the relationship of quarks to leptons?
3. Are there right-handed weak interactions?
4. Are there new quarks and leptons?
5. Are there new gauge interactions linking quarks and leptons?
6. What is the relationship of left-handed & right-handed particles?
7. What is the nature of the right-handed neutrino?
8. What is the nature of the new force that hides electroweak symmetry?
9. Are there different kinds of matter? Of energy?
10. Are there new forces of a novel kind?
11. What do generations mean? Is there a family symmetry?
12. What makes a top quark a top quark and an electron an electron?
13. What is the (grand) unifying symmetry?