Re: Faster than light neutrinos?
- From: SolomonW <SolomonW@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2011 01:23:48 +1000
On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 06:32:19 -0600, Greg Goss wrote:
SolomonW <SolomonW@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 01:32:31 -0400, Patok wrote:
Dan Goodman wrote:
As I understand it, there are three possible explanations for the results:
1) The measurements are incorrect.
That would be my primary guess. The difference is too small, compared to the
overall time. Most likely there's some systemic error in synchronization.
this out, they'd have to run a parallel measurement of photons in vacuum.
A parallel test might prove little as it could be argued that light travels
slower then a neutrino in the given medium even in a vacuum.
That would mean that either our current theories are all wrong, or
that light has mass which means our current theories are all wrong.
Why light travels slower in water, maybe in a vacuum, some type of neutrino
is less affected by a quantum flux then light?
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