[time-nuts] advice

Bill Hawkins bill.iaxs at pobox.com
Tue Feb 21 21:07:33 EST 2017

Neutrinos? Look up the OPERA experiment that measured neutrinos going
faster than light. Turned out to be a loose optical fiber connector to a
timing instrument.

Fermi Lab has/had the MINOS experiment going 500 miles from Chicago to a
mine in northern Minnesota. The generated neutrinos go through Wisconsin
but are not noticed there, AFAIK.

Bill Hawkins (Resident of Minnesota, but not a physicist, just a BSME)

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Stewart
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 1:48 PM

Have you been in touch with Fermi-Lab?  They run a neutrino experiment
with a receiver somewhere underground in Wisconsin.  At least that's
what I recall.  I used to live next to a Physics professor who has a
minor part in the experiment.  I'm not even sure what sort of data they
collect there; whether it's time or something else.

Bob Stewart (Not a physicist) 

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