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accepted What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
@Joel: They ran the experiment for 3 years and poured over the data for the last six months.
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
@David: No, I don't mind. :)
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
This doesn't answer the question. I'm not asking about whether it's possible/true, that's what the other question is for. I just want to know the potential implications if this turned out to be real.
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comment What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
Yeah, this is like Einstein's Theories replacing Newtonian gravity; the layperson won't be affected. But what are the specific (potential) effects on theories and such of this?
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asked What would be the effects on theoretical physics if neutrinos go faster than light?
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accepted How should I REALLY have done this continuous moment formula derivation?
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comment How should I REALLY have done this continuous moment formula derivation?
@Lubos: Hmmm...point noted.
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comment How should I REALLY have done this continuous moment formula derivation?
I edited my post in response to a couple observations you made. Also, decreasing the moment of mass about a pivot at the cross guards DOES decrease the moment of inertia, so I only care about the moment of mass. What I'm really going after is why the methodology I used gives an erroneous answer.
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