The format is a conversion to html from a 1992 Mac Mathematica
Notebook, with some notation of some of the differences between my
1992 F4 model and my
current model. However, all differences are not noted, so please
bear in mind that there are some differences in detail ( For example,
what I had calculated as the Higgs mass in 1992 I now calculate as
the Higgs VEV. )

Some current comments I have added, I have enclosed in [
brackets ].

There are also a number of typographical problems, and, although I
have corrected some of them, I have not yet corrected all the
instances of various typo problems. Some (but by no means all) of
them are:

- Superscripts and subscripts do not show up as such. This can
be particularly annoying as, for example, 10^2 would be changed to
102.
- Some styles, such as bold-face, were changed to plain.
- "multiplication sign x" was changed to ¥.
- " ->" was changed to Æ.
- "wavy = (approximately equal to)" was sometimes changed to
Å.
- "wavy = (approximately equal to)" was sometimes changed to
ª.
- "capital Gamma" was changed to G.
- "proportional to" was changed to µ (which can be mistaken
for genuine "µ").
- "direct sum +" was changed to Å (which can be mistaken for
genuine "Å").
- "wedge" was changed to Ÿ.
- "Clifford product dot" was changed to ·.
- "contained in" was changed to Ã.
- "<->" was changed to ´.
- "over-bar" was changed to `.
- "capital Lambda" was changed to L.
- "lambda" was changed to l (which can be mistaken for the
number "1").
- "capital Phi" was changed to F (which can be mistaken for the
curvature "F").
- "capital Epsilon" (indicating "belongs in" among other things)
was changed to Œ.
- "theta" was changed to q.
- "^" (upward arrow) was changed to .
- "integral sign" may be interpreted by some web browsers as
"º ".
- "pi" may be interpreted by some web browsers as "¶" or some
other character.
- "null set" was changed to "Æ".

and probably others not listed above were changed in the
translation from Mathematica to html.

Mathematica sub-routine type programs have been omitted, so this
html version does not allow the hands-on calculating that could be
done in Mathematica.

### It should be noted that in
1998, after reading quant-ph/9806009
by Guang-jiong Ni, I realized that I made some
errors in my 1992 calculation of the Higgs Vacuum Expectation Value
and the Higgs mass, and I now calculate the Higgs Vacuum Expectation
Value as about 260 GeV and the Higgs mass as about 145 GeV.
However, I don't think that the general geometric/structural ideas of
1992 were incorrect.

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