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What About Supersymmetric Particles?

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Posted by Harvey on October 21, 2002 03:58:13 UTC

It seems that recent advances are more promising for supersymmetric particles having a great deal of mass. It seems very plausible to me that we will one day detect such super partners of commonly known particles and the 'halo' of dark matter will be found to be such particles. Anyway, it's too early to say.

Harv

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