Title: Testing EeV Supersymmetry?


Supersymmetry has been the the leading candidate for physics beyond the standard model for at least fifteen years. It has two "experimental successes"-- it allows for the unification of all forces into a Grand Unified Theory, and it predicts the presence of a particle that can act as the dark matter. On the other hand, it has several as yet unobservered features whose absence is troubling. We review a model that preserves the "experimental successes" of weak scale supersymmetry, while avoiding many pitfalls. We focus on novel features of early universe cosmology in this model, and discuss the possible implications for upcoming dark matter and collider experiments.