I understand from your article more clearly how what you do is 'theoretical' physics. All 'interesting' theories are possible, until the lack of data indicates that they really are not likely. You look for indications that something exists beyond the standard model, but failing to find anything where there should have been something, you move on to explore more likely theories.
If I call you a dreamer, that is not an insult. By dreamer I mean someone who looks beyond the known to the possible. Without such dreamers there is no advancement in human knowledge.
As I have said before, your work is very exciting and calls upon not only the greatest analytic skills but also upon great creativity.
Quite exciting. Thank you for explaining in a way that makes the purpose of your work, and even to some extent, the methodology understandable.
RE: Exploiting the results of the CERN LHC - about my own research