As I understand it the proposed SUSY model is based on an "expectation of symmetry", which also happens to nicely solve specific problems with the SM. If the LHC does find evidence of SUSY structures - is string theory a candidate for a fundamental theory that would "explain the harmony" of the SUSY model? Is it the only candidate?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# If SUSY is found, is String Theory the expected why?

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