hep-ph/9410233
Chiral Technicolor and Precision Electroweak Measurements
by John Terning
19 pages, LaTeX, BUHEP-94-27.
Journal-ref: Phys. Lett. B344 (1995) 279-286
I consider the possibility that electroweak symmetry is broken by a strongly interacting chiral gauge theory. I argue that some of the discrepancies between precision electroweak measurements and the predictions of QCD-like technicolor models can be resolved if technicolor is a chiral gauge theory. I present a toy technicolor model which demonstrates this idea, and gives $ m_t \gg m_b$, with a small value for $\Delta\rho_* \equiv \alpha T $, and small corrections to $Z \rightarrow b \overline{b}$.