2013 Volume 68 Issue 8 Pages 538-541
Supersymmetry is a very important symmetry of modern high energy physics, and plays a central role in both phenomenology and string theory. The most important consequence of this symmetry is that quantum corrections in quantum field theory tend to cancel. However, this property of supersymmetry causes an apparent contradiction, which is known as the anomaly puzzle. In this article I would like to discuss this anomaly puzzle.