High Energy Proton-Proton Interactions and Baryonium Dark Matter
The positive hyperon production asymmetries that have been measured at LHC are real demonstrations of
string junction role in the baryon charge transfer at baryon production in HE proton-proton interactions.
In order to invent the neutral heavy particle with zero baryon charge as a candidate for Dark Matter, it is
necessary to turn back to the times of dual topological unitarization of hadroproduction physics, where
the pomeron exchanges play a leading role with the growing energies. The topological presentation of
pomeron exchange at the HE proton-proton collision is a cylinder that is covered with a quark-gluon net.
Taking into account the fact that the junction of three gluons (SJ) has a positive baryon number, as well as
the antijunction (antiSJ) is of negative baryon charge, the neutral self-connected baryonium configuration
with zero baryon charge is a torus that is covered by a discrete number of hexagons with 3 string junction
and 3 antijunction vertices each. The possibilities of observing such baryonium tori are discussed in this
paper for three cases: collision at p-p colliders, collision of cosmic particles with atmosphere, and inside
the relativistic jet at the Active Galaxy Nuclei as well.
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