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Assuming SUSY is found to be incorrect, what would then be the most compelling candidates for dark matter?
@Dilaton: no SUSY at all at any energy scale
Exactly how is the constant measured velocity of light deduced from Maxwell's equation?
So the key observation is that electromagnetic waves propagate without a medium -- all other waves require a medium. OK, that's very helpful and literally is exactly what I wanted. (Given that, I can explain the rest of special relativity easily.)