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Eventually, neutrinos are NOT faster than light [Video]
posted June 4 2012 9:27.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Back in October 2011, i posted a BLOG entry with scientists shockingly announcing that they found some sort of particles (the neutrinos) that are faster than the speed of light by a tiny fraction. If that was really true, then physics would not be the same as we know it any more. Eventually, the discovered that there was a loose wire connection in their system which caused a tiny delay in data propagation...

Come on... we all have gone through a pain caused by a loose wire connection... These guys are talking about 60 nano seconds!



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