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  1. kripkrip420 profile image60
    kripkrip420posted 6 years ago

    Are there any physicists on HubPages? Studying to become a physicist? Reaction to neutrino findings?

    Any physicists on HubPages? I would really like to get to know all of you and learn from you. Anyone that is studying to become a physicist, please feel free to follow (add me) me. I will follow you as well. Live to learn. Learn to live.

  2. TotallyDakota profile image54
    TotallyDakotaposted 6 years ago

    I studied a little physics. My reaction to the neutrino stuff seems to have been pretty much the same as the guys at CERN - that it is probably a broken experiment! Way to early to start jumping to any conclusions.

  3. topquark profile image79
    topquarkposted 6 years ago

    I have a degree in physics and have some postgraduate experience in particle physics theory research. My instinct is that the neutrino measurement is a mistake, probably due to the researchers underestimating their error bounds, which can result in an unexpected result appearing significant when it's really not. It would be exciting if it was a real result though.

  4. Manna in the wild profile image69
    Manna in the wildposted 6 years ago

    From slashdot today "It would appear that the hotly debated faster-than-light neutrino observation at CERN is the result of a fault in the connection between a GPS unit and a computer. This connection was used to correct for time delays in the neutrino flight, and after fixing the correction the researchers have found that the time discrepancy appears to have vanished."