Posted: Sep 15, 2010 1:44 pm
by twistor59
Just to prove I'm not (very) prejudiced against strings:

Here is an alleged testable prediction

Superstring theory involves a single unifying superstring current for bosons and fermions that in the low-energy limit generalizes the Klein-Gordon (not the Dirac) current. By adopting a relativistic-covariant probabilistic interpretation of the current, the low-energy limit implies electron interference patterns that, under certain conditions, differ from those predicted by the Dirac current.