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Posted by Bruce on February 14, 2001 01:46:03 UTC

http://arXiv.org/list/hep-ex/0102
Scroll down to hep-ex/0102017
This research favors a supersymmetric standard model. This result was not unexpected. Physicists working on theory of quantum gravity such as M-theory (superstring) are hoping to get many more results which favor supersymmetry. This result was from low energy experiment so it is not a breakthrough for high energy supersymmetric particles predicted by string theory but it is good.
This next page explains what supersymmetry is.
http://library.thinkquest.org/27930/stringtheory3.htm

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