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So Just What Is Out There Beyond The Standard Model?

Posted November 18, 2012 12:54 PM

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Earlier this week, evidence was presented measuring a very rare decay rate - albeit not incredibly precisely - which point towards the Standard Model being it as far as new particles accessible to colliders (such as the LHC) go. In other words, unless we get hit by a big physics surprise, the LHC will become renowned for having found the Higgs Boson and nothing else, meaning that there's no window into what lies beyond the Standard Model via traditional experimental particle physics.

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11/19/2012 8:54 PM

Fascinating article, much better than most.

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