Supersymmetry is one of the main candidates for a theory to solve some of the problems with the standard model. For decades now particle physicists have been hoping and expecting to find the superpartener particles that are predicted by the theory of supersymmetry. Many believed that some of them would be sure to be found by the Large Hadron Collider. Yet this has not happened. Does this lack of results mean that supersymmetry is an invalid theory?