Or is it a shadron or NLSP?
Eva Halkiadakis of my graduate Alma Mater, Rutgers, has presented the newest results of the CMS searches for physics beyond the Standard Model:
Update on Searches for New Physics in CMS:Yes, the number of female experimental particle physicists with ancestors from a particular country (she is otherwise American!) is proportional to the country's present public debt expressed in the U.S. dollars.
Seminar web page, poster, PDF, video
In the PDF file, you find new graphs – sometimes using as much as 5/fb of data – relevant for the availability of any monster you may think about, from leptoquarks to extra dimensions, black holes, and of course lots of supersymmetric particles, among tons of other stuff.
Shadron, a particle from the World of Warcraft
Phil Gibbs has checked all the graphs and saw almost nothing surprising, no hints of new physics. However, one graph seems to be a provoking exception.