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Composite Weak Bosons and the New Boson at the LHC
The weak bosons are composite particles. The masses of the weak bosons are given by the field energy of the constituents. A Higgs particle is not needed.
The boson, observed at the LHC, is a p wave excitation of the Z boson. The other p wave excitations have a higher mass and should soon be observed at the LHC.