This was a deja vu experiences. And just like the last time you entered some thread leave scpid and Dude jumps in to answer.<quoted text>This theory is open for debate by all and it does no harm. SCPID has no connection with malware.
It is by the way related to malware. You did not invent that yourself.
I was stuck in the other thread page 500:
This is a mischaracterization. ATLAS did confirm the 126 GeV Higgs using the ZZ channel. There is a larger signal than expected in the diphoton channel. This *could* be a sign of supersymmtery, but let's wait until more data comes in. There is a discovery for the Higgs.
But they would only declare it a valid result at a higher Sigma value/chance.
I find that good science.
Another unexpected outcome connected with that, seems to be that we have lighter and heavier H-bosons.
And I understood that supersymmetry would not work <~200 GeV.
Though reading back i saw you stating ~100 GeV.
Was that under or precisely round that value?
So are there two limits for super-symmetry?
Never saw the answer to that one, by the way.