The discussion of induced spinor structure leads to a modification of an earlier idea (one of the many) about how SUSY could be realized in TGD in such a manner that experiments at LHC energies could not discover it and one should perform experiments at the other end of energy spectrum at energies which correspond to the thermal energy about .025 eV at room temperature. I have the feeling that this observation could be of crucial importance for understanding of SUSY.
The notion of induced spinor field deserves a more detailed discussion. Consider first induced spinor structures.
 Induced spinor field are spinors of M^{4}× CP_{2} for which modes are characterized by chirality (quark or lepton like) and em charge and weak isospin.
 Induced spinor spinor structure involves the projection of gamma matrices defining induced gamma matrices. This gives rise to superconformal symmetry if the action contains only volume term.
When Kähler action is present, superconformal symmetry requires that the modified gamma matrices are contractions of canonical momentum currents with imbedding space gamma matrices. Modified gammas appear in the modified Dirac equation and action, whose solution at string world sheets trivializes by superconformal invariance to same procedure as in the case of string models.
 Induced spinor fields correspond to two chiralities carrying quark number and lepton number. Quark chirality does not carry color as spinlike quantum number but it corresponds to a color partial wave in CP_{2} degrees of freedom: color is analogous to angular momentum. This reduces to spinor harmonics of CP_{2} describing the ground states of the representations of supersymplectic algebra.
The harmonics do not satisfy correct correlation between color and electroweak quantum numbers although the triality t=0 for leptonic waves and t=1 for quark waves. There are two manners to solve the problem.
 Supersymplectic generators applied to the ground state to get vanishing ground states weight instead of the tachyonic one carry color and would give for the physical states correct correlation: leptons/quarks correspond to the same triality zero(one partial wave irrespective of charge state. This option is assumed in padic mass calculations.
 Since in TGD elementary particles correspond to pairs of wormhole contacts with weak isospin vanishing for the entire pair, one must have pair of left and righthanded neutrinos at the second wormhole throat. It is possible that the anomalous color quantum numbers for the entire state vanish and one obtains the experimental correlation between color and weak quantum numbers. This option is less plausible since the cancellation of anomalous color is not local as assume in padic mass calculations.
The understanding of the details of the fermionic and actually also geometric dynamics has taken a long time. Superconformal symmetry assigning to the geometric action of an object with given dimension an analog of Dirac action allows however to fix the dynamics uniquely and there is indeed dimensional hierarchy resembling brane hierarchy.
 The basic observation was following. The condition that the spinor modes have welldefined em charge implies that they are localized to 2D string world sheets with vanishing W boson gauge fields which would mix different charge states. At string boundaries classical induced W boson gauge potentials guarantee this. Superconformal symmetry requires that this 2surface gives rise to 2D action which is area term plus topological term defined by the flux of Kähler form.
 The most plausible assumption is that induced spinor fields have also interior component but that the contribution from these 2surfaces gives additional delta function like contribution: this would be analogous to the situation for branes. Fermionic action would be accompanied by an area term by supersymmetry fixing modified Dirac action completely once the bosonic actions for geometric object is known. This is nothing but superconformal symmetry.
One would actually have the analog of branehierarchy consisting of surfaces with dimension D= 4,3,2,1 carrying induced spinor fields which can be regarded as independent dynamical variables and characterized by geometric action which is Ddimensional analog of the action for Kähler charged point particle. This fermionic hierarchy would accompany the hierarchy of geometric objects with these dimensions and the modified Dirac action would be uniquely determined by the corresponding geometric action principle (Kähler charged point like particle, string world sheet with area term plus Kähler flux, lightlike 3surface with ChernSimons term, 4D spacetime surface with Kähler action).
 This hierarchy of dynamics is consistent with SH only if the dynamics for higher dimensional objects is induced from that for lower dimensional objects  string world sheets or maybe even their boundaries orbits of point like fermions. Number theoretic vision suggests that this induction relies algebraic continuation for preferred extremals. Note that quaternion analyticity means that quaternion analytic function is determined by its values at 1D curves.
 Quantumclassical correspondences (QCI) requires that the classical Noether charges are equal to the eigenvalues of the fermionic charges for surfaces of dimension D=0,1,2,3 at the ends of the CDs. These charges would not be separately conserved. Charges could flow between objects of dimension D+1 and D  from interior to boundary and vice versa. Fourmomenta and also other charges would be complex as in twistor approach: could complex values relate somehow to the finite lifetime of the state?
If quantum theory is square root of thermodynamics as ZEO suggests, the idea that particle state would carry information also about its lifetime or the time scale of CD to which is associated could make sense. For complex values of α_{K} there would be also flow of canonical and supercanonical momentum currents between Euclidian and Minkowskian regions crucial for understand gravitational interaction as momentum exchange at imbedding space level.
 What could be the physical interpretation of the bosonic and fermionic charges associated with objects of given dimension? Condensed matter physicists assign routinely physical states to objects of various dimensions: is this assignment much more than a practical approximation or could condensed matter physics already be probing manysheeted physics?
SUSY and TGD
From this one ends up to the possibility of identifying the counterpart of SUSY in TGD framework. There are several
options to consider.
 The analog of brane hierarchy is realized also in TGD. Geometric action has parts assignable to 4surface, 3D light like regions between Minkowskian and Euclidian regions, 2D string world sheets, and their 1D boundaries. They are fixed uniquely. Also their fermionic counterparts  analogs of Dirac action  are fixed by superconformal symmetry. Elementary particles reduce so composites consisting of pointlike fermions at boundaries of wormhole throats of a pair of wormhole contacts.
This forces to consider 3 kinds of SUSYs! The SUSYs associated with string world sheets and spacetime interiors would be broken since there is a mixing between M^{4} chiralities in the modified Dirac action. The mass scale of the broken SUSY would correspond to the length scale of these geometric objects and one might argue that decoupling between the degrees of freedom considered occurs at high energies and explains why no evidence for SUSY has been observed at LHC. Also the fact that the addition of massive fermions at these dimensions can be interpreted
differently. 3D lightlike 3surfaces would be however an exception.
 For 3D lightlike surfaces the modified Dirac action associated with the ChernSimons term does not mix M^{4} chiralities (signature of massivation) at all since modified gamma matrices have only CP_{2} part in this case. All fermions can have welldefined chirality. Even more: the modified gamma matrices have no M^{4} part in this case so that these modes carry no fourmomentum  only electroweak quantum numbers and spin. Obviously, the excitation of these fermionic modes would be an ideal manner to create spartners of ordinary particles consting of fermion at the fermion lines. SUSY would be present if the spin of these excitations couples  to various interactions and would be exact in absence of coupling to interior spinor fields.
What would be these excitations? ChernSimons action and its fermionic counterpart are nonvanishing only if the CP_{2} projection is 3D so that one can use CP_{2} coordinates. This strongly suggests that the modified Dirac equation demands that the spinor modes are covariantly constant and correspond to covariantly constant righthanded neutrino providing only spin.
If the spin of the righthanded neutrino adds to the spin of the particle and the net spin couples to dynamics, N=2 SUSY is in question. One would have just action with unbroken SUSY at QFT limit? But why also righthanded neutrino spin would couple to dynamics if only CP_{2} gamma matrices appear in ChernSimonsDirac action? It would seem that it is independent degree of freedom having no electroweak and color nor even gravitational couplings by its covariant constancy. I have ended up with just the same SUSYornoSUSY that I have had earlier.
 Can the geometric action for lightlike 3surfaces contain ChernSimons term?
 Since the volume term vanishes identically in this case, one could indeed argue that also the counterpart of Kähler action is excluded. Moreover, for so called massless extremals of Kähler action reduces to ChernSimons terms in Minkowskian regions and this could happen quite generally: TGD with only Kähler action would be almost topological QFT as I have proposed. Volume term however changes the situation via the cosmological constant. KählerDirac action in the interior does not reduce to its ChernSimons analog at lightlike 3surface.
 The problem is that the ChernSimons term at the two sides of the lightlike 3surface differs by factor (1)^{1/2} coming from the ratio of (g_{4})^{1/2} factors which themselves approach to zero: one would have the analog of dipole layer. This strongly suggests that one should not include ChernSimons term at all.
Suppose however that ChernSimons terms are present at the two sides and α_{K} is real so that nothing goes through the horizon forming the analog of dipole layer. Both bosonic and fermionic degrees of freedom for Euclidian and Minkowskian regions would decouple completely but currents would flow to the analog of dipole layer. This is not physically attractive.
The canonical momentum current and its super counterpart would give fermionic source term Γ^{n}Ψ_{int,+/} in the modified Dirac equation defined by ChernSimons term at given side +/: +/ refers to Minkowskian/Euclidian part of the interior. The source term is proportional to Γ^{n}Ψ_{int,+/} and Γ^{n} is in principle mixture of M^{4} and CP_{2} gamma matrices and therefore induces mixing of M^{4} chiralities and therefore also 3D SUSY breaking. It must be however emphasized that Γ^{n} is singular and one must be consider the limit carefully also in the case that one has only continuity conditions. The limit is not completely understood.
 If α_{K} is complex, there is coupling between the two regions and the simplest assumption has been that there is no ChernSimons term as action and one has just continuity conditions for canonical momentum current and hits super counterpart.
The cautious conclusion is that 3D ChernSimons term and its fermionic counterpart are absent.
 What about the addition of fermions at string world sheets and interior of spacetime surface (D=2 and D=4). For instance, in the case of hadrons D=2 excitations could correspond to addition of quark in the interior of hadronic string implying additional states besides the states obtained assuming only quarks at string ends. Let us consider the interior (D=4). The smallness of cosmological constant implies that the contribution to the fourmomentum from interior should be rather small so that an interpretation in terms of broken SUSY might make sense. There would be mass m∼ .03 eV per volume with size defined by the Compton scale hbar/m. Note however that cosmological constant has spectrum coming as inverse powers of prime so that also higher mass scales are possible.
This interpretation might allow to understand the failure to find SUSY at LHC. Sparticles could be obtained by adding interior righthanded neutrinos and antineutrinos to the particle state. They could be also associated with the magnetic body of the particle. Since they do not have color and weak interactions, SUSY is not badly broken. If the mass difference between particle and sparticle is of order m=.03 eV characterizing ρ_{vac}, particle and sparticle could not be distinguished in higher energy physics at LHC since it probes much shorter scales and sees only the particle. I have already earlier proposed a variant of this mechanism but without SUSY breaking.
To discover SUSY one should do very low energy physics in the energy range m∼ .03 eV having same order of magnitude as thermal energy kT= 2.6× 10^{2} eV at room temperature 25 ^{o}C. One should be able to demonstrate experimentally the existence of sparticle with mass differing by about m∼ .03 eV from the mass of the particle (one cannot of course exclude higher mass values if Λ has spectrum). An interesting question is whether the sfermions associated with standard fermions could give rise to BoseEinstein condensates whose existence in the length scale of large neutron is strongly suggested by TGD view about living matter.
See the chapter Does the QFT Limit of TGD Have SpaceTime SuperSymmetry?.
