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    Superfast neutrino claim takes another beating

    Posted by ChevScience on March 18, 2012

    Superluminal neutrinos are slowing fast. Last September, a preliminary but electrifying resultsuggested these ghostly subatomic particles might travel faster than light. Now a second experiment, ICARUS – based in the same lab in the Gran Sasso mountain, Italy, as the original one, OPERA – has measured the particles’ flight time and found that they seem to fly at light speed after all. Read on. At least I wont have to rip up your text books like I threaten. Read on


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