What say ye, Resident Physicist?

In which I ask Kelseymh his assessment of the experiment which they think may have detected neutrinos travelling faster than light. (Holy run-on sentence, Batman.)

(Yes, I should have checked his orangeboard first...I'm a bad stalker. :P )

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SpaceProds6 years ago
I agree, if neutrinos were found to move faster than light that would be amazing, not to mention something good to think about when I'm bored. How recent was this study?
Sigh. Thursday. It didn't make CNN or Fox News, presumably because there weren't any climate scientists involved for Murdoch's henchmen to bash. Please see all of the links I included in my posting for details.
Lithium Rain (author)  kelseymh6 years ago
(Have you posted on this topic? If so, it's caught in the filters...)
ARGH, ARGH, ARGH. I posted at 1:13 pm yesterday, shortly after you created the topic. Four paragraphs of cogent text, along with links to both the science reporting and blog discussions. I can see it, but obviously no one else can :-(
Who's been a naughty boy?

Lithium Rain (author)  Kiteman6 years ago
I'm sorry, but I can't take those words seriously out of the mouth of an Englishman (or anyone else with an interesting accent). :D
I guess only you would insert dramatic pauses between each word and recite it in iambic pentamenter. No wire hangers.
It's usually punctuated by a thump on the ear, or a twang with a ruler.
Perhaps the SPAMmers are now trying to sell us neutrino beam enhancement products (herbal, of course), and Robot has added "neutrino" to the filters?
More likely it was the relatively large number of links.
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