[time-nuts] Speedy neutrino puzzle solved

Javier Herrero jherrero at hvsistemas.es
Sat Oct 15 20:39:29 EDT 2011

El 16/10/2011 02:14, iovane at inwind.it escribió:
> And further, what the author states, in other words, would mean that 
> the two clocks at Earth, in the frame in which the measurement was 
> made, were off by 60 ns, isn't it?
More or less :) I'm also not sure of the accuracy of the phrase "The 
clocks in the OPERA experiment are orbiting the earth in GPS 
satellites", since as far as I've understood the GPS is used to use 
common view for comparison of the Cs clocks. And it seems that the 
author does not know that relativity has already been taken into account 
in the GPS system.

I'm of the same opinion as Magnus: I do not think that this paper will 
bebunk the OPERA one, not even a little :)


Javier, EA1CRB

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