The 115 GeV ATLAS Higgs with enhanced diphoton decays has gone away but there are several other recent tantalizing hints relevant for particle physics, namely
- CoGeNT's 7-8 GeV dark matter particle that seems to support DAMA's and other signals
- D0's fourth-generation top prime quark that may be there at 325 GeV if a 3-sigma signal is right
- CDF's "new" force Z prime boson at 144 GeV which could be there if another 3-sigma bump is real
- Tevatron's top-antitop asymmetry above 400 GeV which seems very large
- A related CDF top-quark anomaly
and maybe others I missed. My question is simple:
Is there some sensible theoretical basis (e.g. paper) that would simultaneously explain at least two of the observations above if they were real?