One of the things that LHC will experimentally search for are supersymmetric partners of the Standard-Model particles. Maybe it will found them, maybe it will not. But what if it will? The existence of supersymmetry does not imply the existence of superstrings. However, string theory is consistent only if it is also supersymmetric. In other words, string theory implies supersymmetry, that is, the existence of supersymmetric partners. Thus, if LHC finds supersymmetry, one of the predictions of string theory will be experimentally confirmed. If that happens, will you give more credit to string theory? Will you start to think that string theory is more likely to be correct than you thought so far?