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I know that mirror symmetry resulting in mirror matter and supersymmetry resulting in SUSY partners are two completely distinct fields, and that the original bosonic string theory needs SUSY to get fermions.
If mirror matter does exist in the universe, what would this mean in terms of SUSY? Would we have a multiplication of dark matter candidates?
If mirror matter does exist in the universe, what would this mean in terms of SUSY? Would we have a multiplication of dark matter candidates?