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If so how; if not why not??


 

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Re: Have supersymmetric partner particles been found??
« Reply #1 on: 07/12/2015 09:41:28 »
No they have not.
Why not? Maybe we need to spend a shitload more money to build an even bigger accelerator. We probably should anyway. I mean who doesn't want a bigger smasher.
Maybe because they just simply don't exist. But we should still build that round the equator Smasher. Just to make sure. Just think if we drove that baby hard enough, we might be able to make up for the rotational energy we are currently loosing to the moon.
And we still may never find those supersymmetric buggers.
But we'll have some great toys...
 

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Re: Have supersymmetric partner particles been found??
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