Selectrons, squarks, and all that really (s)matters
High diddle diddle,
The sCat played the sFiddle,
The sCow jump’d over the Moo-ino,
The little sDog laugh’d to see such sCraft,
And the sDish ran away with the Spoo-ino
Supersymmetry is real and super particles actually exist, but not in the manner proposed by orthodox particle physics. The superpartners are actually the very same particles (as in the Standard Model) transformed by another operator. That is to say, different super particles do not exist, only particles behaving differently under the influence of a different operator. This can be thought of as a kind of universal quantized systole and diastole of spacetime of higher dimension at the scale of the fundamental particles. What occurs is a coordinated oscillation between Standard Model and Supersymmetric Model forms of the particles. More on this later (likely much later, so for the time being you can consider this just a tease.)
Well you were warned.
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Art credit: English Golden Age illustrator Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) portrays the cat exotically dressed in his 1913 edition of Mother Goose.