Many physicists are publicly expressing their frustration that no holes can be found in the Standard Model. After all, it is incompatible with Einstein's equally flawless theory of gravity (general relativity) and has nothing to say about the cosmic mysteries of Dark Matter and Dark Energy. Yet it passes every test we have figured out how to put to it:
"This is a victory for the standard model," said Joel Butler of the United States' Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, near Chicago. "But we know the standard model is incomplete, so we keep trying to find things that disagree with it."