[time-nuts] Neutrino timing

mike cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Tue Oct 25 08:48:28 UTC 2011

Le 25/10/2011 03:51, Rick Thomas a écrit :
> When I first heard of this, I had a thought for a 4th explanation:
> It seems likely, given everything we know, that neutrinos have a 
> very-small, but non-zero mass.  Part of the point of this experiment 
> was to try to get a better idea of what what mass is.  We've always 
> assumed it was very small, non-zero and positive.  What happens if 
> it's very-small, non-zero, and negative?
> Rick
I like this one. Or what about an imaginary mass. in this case v would 
always be above c.

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