Particles recorded moving faster than light: CERN
An international team of scientists has recorded neutrino particles traveling faster than the speed of light, a spokesman for the researchers said on Thursday -- in what could be a challenge to one of the fundamental rules of physics.
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#1 Sep 23, 2011
Particles would be considered induced...but maybe they are on to something similar to the sound barrier. New age thinking is good for the economy "Technology Beyond the Speed of Light".
#2 Sep 29, 2011
is the same hand picked bunch of idiots who claim global warming to make al gore rich?its like if you find 9 people out of 100 who like something.they say 9 out of ten people liked it but omit telling you that the other 90 people think it was bad?they arent lying but are twisting the truth?
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