On Wednesday, November 14, 2012 10:02:35 AM UTC-5, Sam Wormley wrote:
> LHC Experiment Yields No Insight into Post-Higgs Physics
> > http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/11/13/lhc-exper...
> > Physicists working with the collider s LHC beauty, or LHCb, detector have observed a new kind of particle behavior, the researchers announced November 12 at the Hadron Collider Physics Symposium in Kyoto, Japan. The LHCb physicists have identified the very rare decay of a strange beauty particle B0s (a beauty antiquark bound to a strange quark) into two particles called muons. (A muon is a charged particle akin to a heavyweight electron.) And the new data limit the possibilities for many hypothesized extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics, including the concept of supersymmetry
in the boson,quark, lepton particle dance, there is no place for "s-particles".
its time to stop thinking of "SUPER" powers and step up to the plate.
there is a lot of unchecked research done with muons. point particles
reduce an entire level of interaction bringing way cleaner channels to analyze.
also, tabletop beam research can offer unlimited possibilities, it's practical, economical