Always like this blog. Here he discusses a bit about where Supersymmetry lies at the moment.

There is a lot of talk recently about needing a light stop squark to allow SUSY to "naturally" allow the Higgs Mass to be small (one of the main reasons we like the idea of SUSY is it naturally helps the Higgs be in the mass range we expect).

The thing I'm a little curious about is: what if there is no light Higgs Boson? We almost have ruled it out, and should do so in the next year if it does indeed not exist. It seems people don't like to talk about it. I'm not sure of the entire impact, but it seems it would be bad for SUSY lovers.
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