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Can neutrinos travel faster than the speed of light? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Superluminal neutrinos What would be the immediate effects if light does not go at the maximum speed possible? This is a hot topic right now, so I thought we should ...
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When Physicists thought neutrinos were faster than the speed of light [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Superluminal neutrinos I remember not too long ago hearing very much speculation about a discovery that perhaps neutrinos are faster than the speed of light. I've heard ...
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Concerning a previous possible tachyon observation? [duplicate]

A few years ago there was a story about the Large Hadron Collider where a possible tachyon was supposedly observed. It was later shown it didn't occur yet the incident made me think. If a large ...
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Can neutrinos really travel faster than the speed of light? [duplicate]

A few years ago scientists found that neutrinos were going faster than the speed of light. Then they found some problem with the calculations. I read an article that was made this year about faster ...
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Neutrinos and the Cosmic Speed Limit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Superluminal neutrinos An article in the newspaper a few months ago said that Neutrinos travel faster than Light. Another article then said that this observation was ...
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What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?

Earlier today, I saw this link on Facebook about neutrinos going faster than the speed of light, and of course, re-posted. Since then, a couple of my friends have gotten into a discussion about what ...
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What happened to the idea of tachyonic or other superluminal neutrinos?

While hunting around for information about the recent OPERA measurement that hints at superluminal neutrinos, I discovered that this idea was actually considered back in the 1980s. Wikipedia lists as ...
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Status of experimental searches for tachyons?

Now that the dust has settled on the 2011 superluminal neutrino debacle at OPERA, I'm interested in understanding the current status of experimental searches for neutrinos. Although the OPERA claim ...
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What are the implications of superliminal neutrinos? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: What would be the immediate effects if light does not go at the maximum speed possible? Superluminal neutrinos Do we re-write physics? Or can it be fitted in current ...
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The relation between the speed of light and the Big Bang Theory

I would like to know how much of the Big Bang theory is dependent on the constancy of the speed of light. P.S.: It might be guessed that I am asking this because of the recent CERN news. Yes, of ...
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Neutrino path bent by gravity? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Neutrino unaffected by gravity Other probably closely related questions here: Link Neutrinos unaffected by gravity Link Superluminal Neutrinos My question is subtly ...
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What would the impact be on the physics world if neutrinos DO travel faster than light? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: What would be the immediate effects if light does not go at the maximum speed possible? Superluminal neutrinos I was reading this article about a group of scientist ...
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Distance and time measurement in the famous Superluminal Neutrinos Experiment

I tried to understand the technical aspects of the OPERA/CERN experiment, but apparently it takes some professional experience. Therefore I would like to ask someone better acquainted with such ...

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