[time-nuts] Those pesky Neutrinos again...

W2HX w2hx at w2hx.com
Sun Nov 20 15:23:11 EST 2011


I heard an interview with a physicist who deals in this kind of research. He
seemed to think that the precise distance between the two locations is
uncertain. Plus the difficulties in syncronizing the clocks at both
locations to that degree of precision seemed to cast some doubt on the
certainty of the results.  I think these two issues are also issues with the
first experiment (of which this second one seems to confirm the results). I
agree with John that if there was some other way to measure this phenomenon,
other that the same way these two tests used, I think it could be a real
breakthrough. 

 
73 Eugene W2HX
 

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They havn't found the systematic error yet?

I'd be far more inclined to believe the result if it were confirmed by
another lab, using a different methodology.

-John

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