Despite finding evidence for the Higgs boson, the CERN Large Hadron Collider has not yet found any evidence for the theory of supersymmetry.


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The uncertainty of science: Despite finding evidence for the Higgs boson, the CERN Large Hadron Collider has not yet found any evidence for the theory of supersymmetry.

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  • R. Cotour

    I found this very interesting on this subject. What is it that we can not see?

    Edward R. Close, PhD, PE, and Vernon M. Neppe, MD, PhD, FRSSAf, today announced a profoundly important finding that affects the basic assumptions of physics and changes the way scientists understand life and the Universe.

    “It appears that our current concept of reality is incomplete,” Dr. Neppe commented. “Dr. Close and I have demonstrated that we live in a 9-dimensional finite reality, not just our traditional three dimensions of space happening in a present moment of time. We experience physical living in our restricted 4-dimensional finite reality, but the rest of our reality appears to be hidden beyond our direct view. Yet these additional dimensions might provide many keys to life as we know it, and explain many of the mysteries of science.”

  • Lois Johnson

    Thanks for giving this info. I read some of their “for the layman” work and basically they are saying that consciousness precedes the material world. Isn’t that what this was about –
    “In the beginning was the word…”

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