Supersymmetries (SUSY)

SUSY: Supersymmetries (most recent reference from within this website).

Although originating late in the 1960s with the studies of mesons and baryons and ongoing discussions about the homogeneity and isotropy of the universe.

As a formal study, SUSY began to build momentum in the early 1970’s with the work of Julius Wess and Bruno Zumino. We have written to Sylvester Gates, the first PhD granted at MIT for SUSY studies (1977). He is part of our first generation of scholars who engaged SUSY.

To continue to ask questions about SUSY, a list of scholars (with highly cited articles within the past few years) will be compiled here. For example, we are now reviewing the work of Jonathan Bagger of IAS, JHU, and APS.

From Wikipedia: “The observed hierarchy between the electroweak scale and the Planck scale must be achieved with extraordinary fine tuning. This problem is known as the hierarchy problem.”

There is no other theory that has 67 base-2 notations from the Planck scale to the electroweak scale. There is no hierarchy problem if one starts with IPS at Notation-0. even today, it might be argued that infinity, pi (π) and spheres (IPS) has nothing to do with supersymmetries. But, of course, within our model, IPS is the source of all symmetries

Wikipedia: Supersymmetries (SUSY)


Key references to this page from the following:
JWST Carina Nebula: Ontological and Cosmological Conundrums, Quick Read – Different Analysis