Scientific arguments are mostly about open questions, and then there can be any number of sides…
Torbjörn Larsson

Would you be surprised to learn that Nobel Prize-winner Frank Wilczek, Paul Steinhardt, and most other competent physicists readily acknowledge a list of short-comings for the Standard Model that is similar to the one I posted?

Everybody else seems to get it that the Standard Model is PROVISIONAL and needs to be subsumed by a far more elegant and more unified and more encompassing theory. What do you think string theory and supersymmetry, apart from their abject failures, were all about? For nature’s sake, get with the program, Turbo.

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