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  1. omn5;pvl Houston
    standard model has been complete since the 70s and confirmed with the discovery of the higgs boson at LHC

    there has been no progress on a unified model since 40 years, string theory dead in the water, greatest intellectual bubble in history

    where do we go from here?
  2. We'reAllBrownNosers Tuskegee Airman
    It's above your pay-grade, son.
  3. UNSUB Houston
    Originally posted by omn5;pvl standard model has been complete since the 70s and confirmed with the discovery of the higgs boson at LHC

    there has been no progress on a unified model since 40 years, string theory dead in the water, greatest intellectual bubble in history

    where do we go from here?

  4. Mel Gibson Houston
    I will destroy the standard model with a single punch.
  5. UNSUB Houston
    Originally posted by Mel Gibson I will destroy the standard model with a single punch.

  6. Mel Gibson Houston
    The reason we didn't make any progress on grand unification is because the LHC found absolutely no indication of supersymmetric particles. The new accelerators will try to do slightly higher energy physics but really we won't get to the next useful energy domain until we can build a solar system-sized particle accelerator and do Planck scale physics.
  7. Erekshun African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Mel Gibson The reason we didn't make any progress on grand unification is because the LHC found absolutely no indication of supersymmetric particles. The new accelerators will try to do slightly higher energy physics but really we won't get to the next useful energy domain until we can build a solar system-sized particle accelerator and do Planck scale physics.

    * here we have a huge star trek fan.
  8. Mel Gibson Houston
    Although don't despair: the IceCube project at the South Pole is a ray of light into higher energy physics: the universe is always creating high energy particle collisions in supernovae and stuff. So we could potentially see new physics there... And we did!

    https://m.phys.org/news/2015-04-detector-south-pole-explores-mysterious.html
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