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Composite Quarks and Leptons from Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking without Messengers


We present new theories of dynamical \susy breaking in which the strong interactions that break \susy also give rise to composite quarks and leptons with naturally small Yukawa couplings. In these models, \susy breaking is communicated directly to the composite fields without ``messenger'' interactions. The compositeness scale can be anywhere between $10\TeV$ and the Planck scale. These models can naturally solve the \susc flavor problem, and generically predict sfermion mass unification independent from gauge unification.

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