Will the LHC be able to test String Theory?

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Images credit: Flip Tanedo of Quantum Diaries, viahttp://www.quantumdiaries.org/2010/10/22/qcd-and-confinement/.
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Image credit: Jeff Bryant, from Wolfram/Mathematica.
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Image credit: Sabine Hossenfelder.
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Image credit: DESY at Hamburg.
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Image credit: Matt Strassler, via http://profmattstrassler.com/articles-and-posts/some-speculative-theoretical-ideas-for-the-lhc/supersymmetry/supersymmetry-what-is-it/.
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Image credit: Alfred T. Kamajian.
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Contrast of predictions from the string-theory derived gauge-gravity correspondence (orange line) with LHC data (black dots). Image Credits: Thorsten Renk. Details here.

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