The CERN particle accelerator might be out of mainstream news, but it's still crunching terabytes of data every second after nailing the discovery of the Higgs boson (or at least a Higgs-like particle) earlier this year.
Latest news might be a bitter bite for supporters of supersymmetry theories. It seems that Bs mesons don't really like to decay in muon-antimuon couples, or at least not as often as described by supersymmetry, but as often as described by the Standard Model.
So, is there no more new physics to discover ? Is that all ? This could have a tremendous impact on theories about dark matter and the origin of the Universe.
Stay focused !
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