The Exceptional Lie Algebra E_{6} used by the Author as a basis forthe Standard Model of the Elementary Particles is a subalgebra of the Lie algebra E_{8} which in turn is the Lie algebra of the icosahedral group by the McKay correspondence. It is possible to introduce a mass proportional toan entropy given by the the number of permutations of the elements of E_{6}, E_{8} labeled by the Weyl group W. In this way the masses of the top-quark pair uu and electron are derived without any appeal to QCD and a mass of approximately 19 TeV is predicted for supersymmetric particles.

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International Frontier Science Letters (Volume 2)

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52-54

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J.A. de Wet "Icosahedral Supersymmetry", International Frontier Science Letters, Vol. 2, pp. 52-54, 2014

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