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Weak scale supersymmetric theories often suffer from several naturalness problems: the problems of reproducing the correct scale for electroweak symmetry breaking, the correct abundance for dark matter, and small rates for flavor violating processes. We argue that the first two problems point to particular regions of parameter space in models with weak scale supersymmetry: those with a small µ term. This has an interesting implication on direct dark matter detection experiments. We find that,doi:10.2172/885275 fatcat:asyrihhokvbfhgm4luobt34jny