New LHC resonance with mass 750 GeV and the vacuum stability in the Standard Model
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In the present talk we show that the correction to the Higgs mass coming from the bound state S of 6t + 6t̅ quarks, predicted early by C.D. Froggatt and ourselves, leads to the just borderline of the Standard Model vacuum stability thereby confirming the accuracy of the multiple point principle (principle of degenerate vacua), if a mass of the bound state S coincides with the mass 750 GeV of the new diphoton state recently observed by LHC.
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