[time-nuts] Fast than light neutrino
gbusg at comcast.net
Fri Sep 23 20:46:52 UTC 2011
Do quantum entanglement experiments with photons qualify? (Admittedly it's a
different situation, but the coupling is apparently faster than c?)
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Maybe I've missed something but... have they tried this experiment with
anything else than neutrinos? Or, is it possible to repeat the experiment
with any other thing? OK, the neutrino is faster than light but the others?
Can we test over the same distance, same detectors (or the appropriate
detectors but in the same place)? More: are neutrinos supposed to travel
from CERN to Gran Sasso via what? Is there a 730Km long empty pipe or they
travel through earth, rocks, water and whatever they can find underground?
For empty pipe I mean with "scientific grade" high vacuum, of course.
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