The LHC nightmare scenario after 15 years of operation and 3000 fb-1 total integrated luminosity at 14 TEV, it only finds Higgs and nothing else. with LHC not finding any SUSY partners and LUX/Panda not finding any WIMPS, obviously SUSY can be adjusted to accommodate these null results. One possible conclusion is that SUSY does not address the naturalness problem in the Higgs sector. This is called the Nightmare Scenario. LHC will only find results consistent with SM, no BSM. evidence of WIMPS has not been forthcoming. Is there any experimental or theoretical result that would falsify supersymmetry and any extension involving SUSY like MSSM and nMSSM that could be done in the near future ? Do we have to wait for the next collider with even higher energies, one being built in china with 50-70 GEV energies for SUSY, sometime in the 2040-2050 timeframe, or is there some experiment or theoretical result that can decide the issue sooner. currently we are in the Nightmare scenario where natural SUSY hasn't shown up at LHC and its WIMP candidate hasn't shown up in dark matter searches. Is there any single or multiple experiment such that it could falsify the entire framework of SUSY, or show that SUSY does show up, even if accelerators don't have enough energy to produce them? or what about the accumulation of null results, taken together, could that falsify SUSY? i.e null results of WIMPS in Xenon1t lux-zeppelin supercdms, null results in LHC, null results in rare process like b-meson decays, null results in both neutron and electron EDM measurements,null results on rare decays sensitive to BSM physics, etc?