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  1. #1 LHC results cast doubt on supersymmetry theory 
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    I warned you, I was right
    THE HIGGS PARTICLES CANNOT BE DISCOVERED IN THE EXPERIMENT IN THE COLLIDER
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    From the book Leonov V. S. Quantum Energetics.Volume 1. Theory of Superunification. Cambridge International Science Publishing, 2010, pp. 694-701.

    But the main thing is that at the time of launch of the collider, the theory of Superunification yielded clear scientific forecasts which remove many myths which formed around these studies:
    –Apocalypse will not take place. The energy, achieved by the proton
    in the collider is negligibly small in order to destroy the quantised space-time.
    –The energy of the collider it is extremely insufficient for glancing at
    the initial moment of formation of the universe.
    –Higgs’s particles cannot be discovered in the experiment in the collider
    since they simply do not exist in nature.
    –Magnetic monopoles cannot be produced in the experiment.
    –The proton black micro hole cannot be produced.
    –No Bing Bang will take place.
    –Time tunnels for time travel cannot be formed.

    Furthermore, studies on the LHC will not discover the structure of any elementary particle or the nature of nuclear material and gravity. All this is done in the theory of Superunification.

    Conference the Lepton Photon sciencemeeting in Mumbai proved that I was right

    LHC RESULTS CAST DOUBT ON SUPERSYMMETRY THEORY
    LHC results cast doubt on supersymmetry theory | TruthDive

    London, August 28 (ANI): Results from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have disappointed theorists on the lookout for Higgs boson or the so-called “God Particle” and has them rethinking that the basic idea of supersymmetry might be wrong.

    Researchers failed to find evidence of so-called “supersymmetric” particles, which many physicists had hoped would plug holes in the current theory.

    According to Dr Tara Shears of Liverpool University, a spokesman for the LHCb experiment: “It does rather put supersymmetry on the spot”.

    The theory of supersymmetry in its simplest form is that as well as the subatomic particles we know about, there are“super-particles” that are similar, but have slightly different characteristics.

    The theory, which was developed 20 years ago,can help to explain why there is more material in the Universe than we can detect – so-called “dark matter”.

    According to Professor Jordan Nash of Imperial College London, who is working on one of the LHC’s experiments, researchers could have seen some evidence of supersymmetry by now.

    “The fact that we haven’t seen any evidence of it tells us that either our understanding of it is incomplete, or it’s a little different to what we thought – or maybe it doesn’t exist at all,” he said.

    Dr Joseph Lykken of Fermilab, who is among the conference organisers, says he and others working in the field are“disappointed” by the results – or rather, the lack of them.

    “There’s a certain amount of worry that’s creeping into our discussions,” he told BBC News.

    The worry is that the basic idea of supersymmetry might be wrong.

    “It’s a beautiful idea. It explains dark matter, it explains the Higgs boson, it explains some aspects of cosmology; butthat doesn’t mean it’s right.

    “It could be that this whole framework has some fundamental flaws and we have to start over again and figure out a newdirection,” he added.

    Data was presented at the Lepton Photon science meeting in Mumbai. (ANI)


    I REPEAT AGAIN.
    Problems of LHC are solved in the theory of Superunification:

    1. Leonov V. S. Quantum Energetics.Volume 1. Theory of Superunification.
    Cambridge International Science Publishing, 2010, 745 pages.

    2. V.S. Leonov. Quantum Energetics :Theory of Superunification.
    Viva Books, India, 2011, 732 p.

    Quantum Energetics
    Theory of Superunification
    Quantum Energetics: Video: The tests 2009 of a quantum pulsed engine for generating thrust without the ejection of reactive mass


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    I thought that the latest results narrowed the possible energy range for the Higgs boson and basically left a window within which a few variant models might be validated, including supersymmetry... As I understood it, the LHC has ruled out most versions of the Higgs meaning that if it exists, it likely has an energy in the range of 115 to 145 GeV. The prediction under supersymmetry is around 130 GeV. Assuming my pop-science understanding of physics is sound, how do the latest results falsify supersymmetry?


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    The way I read the latest reports from LHC. Is that they have not yet found any evidence of the other predicted supersymmetry particles that go with the 130 GeV Higgs.
    I believe in nothing, but trust gravity to hold me down and the electromagnetic force to stop me falling through
    Physics is the search for the best model not the truth, as only mythical beings know that.
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    I am a supporter of such machines as the LHC and I am sure it will discover new facts about the structure of matter.
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