Working hard at Canada’s Perimeter Institute, that is. Longer posts are on hold for a couple of days while some friends and I stuff our brains with the details of as many ATLAS and CMS papers as we can handle. We’ve gotten through fifteen or so, I suppose, on several topics. Already I have learned a lot about the Higgs searches and the supersymmetry-like searches, which eventually will make their way onto these pages. There are many devils in the details… In the meantime, in case you’re interested, I did a small update to the article on the implications of current data for Higgs particles of various types.
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