What would be measured, under current technology, of a particle moving faster than light? (Somewhat duplicate)
Sorry, since the question has been posed, but I insist that others posed not from this position. Can any listener deduce whether we could measure, by analyzing electromagnetic disturbance, a ...
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 ...
Quantum tunneling is faster than light travel ? My reasoning is that the particle cannot be detected inside the tunnel so if it travels from A to B it must be instantly going from A to B , hence ...
It seems as though I've come across a rather unusual conclusion that could either simply be a misinterpretation or a contradictory discovery. I seem to have found a way to utilize the Heisenberg ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...