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2013-09

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Philip Schuster, Natalia Toro

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The most general massless particles allowed by Poincaré-invariance are “continuous-spin” particles (CSPs) characterized by a scale ρ, which at ρ = 0 reduce to familiar helicity particles. Though known long-range forces are adequately modeled using helicity particles, it is not known whether CSPs can also mediate long-range forces or what consequences such forces might have. We present sharp evidence for consistent interactions of CSPs with matter: new CSP equations of motion, wavefunctions, and covariant radiation amplitudes. In companion papers, we use these results to resolve old puzzles concerning CSP thermodynamics and exhibit a striking correspondence limit where CSP amplitudes approach helicity-0, 1 or 2 amplitudes. More... »

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