M89 hadron physics is there and maybe also MG,79 hadron physics!
I have been busily building overall view about the relation of M89 and the various bumps. The basic prediction is entire spectroscopy of mesons and baryons with masses scaled up by factor 29=512 from those of ordinary hadronic physics assignable to M107. Also MG,79 ("G" for "Gaussian") with scaling factor 214.
After few days it has become clear that there are indications about bumps at masses of all low lying mesons of M89 physics! Pion around 68 GeV, η at 274 GeV decaying to 137 GeV gamma pairs detected by Fermi telescope, kaon a assignable to 250 GeV bump reported ATLAS, scaled up variants of η(1405) and η(1500) with masses 702.5 GeV (bump at 700 GeV ) and 750 GeV (the bump about which community has been talking about last week)! Also an excess in the production of dijets above 500 GeV dijet mass has been reported and could relate to the decays of η'(958) with scaled up mass of 479 GeV. Also digamma bump should be detected.
According to Lubos, also excess of tb pairs in range 200-600 GeV serving as signature of the production of charged M89 mesons is detected.
Hence it seems that at least M89 hadron physics is there! Things are developing much faster than I dared to dream! The hypothesis should be easy to test since the masses seem to obey the naive scaling. A smoking gun evidence would be detection of production of pairs of M89 nucleons with masses predicted by naive scaling to be around 470 GeV. This would give rise to dijets above 940 GeV cm energy with jets having total quantum numbers of ordinary nucleons. Each M89 nucleon consisting of 3 quarks of M89 hadron physics could also transform to ordinary quarks producing 3 ordinary hadron jets.
What about MG,79 hadron physics? Tommaso Dorigo told about indications for a neutral di-boson bump at 2 TeV. The mass of M79 pion is predicted to be 2.16 TeV by a direct scaling of the mass 135 MeV of the ordinary neutral pion!
For a summary of earlier postings see Links to the latest progress in TGD.