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Faster-Than-Light Particle Results To Be Re-Tested

surewouldoutlaw (2464980) writes | about 3 years ago

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surewouldoutlaw writes "After the astonishing news from CERN on Sept. 23 that the OPERA experiment had detected neutrinos traveling faster than light speed, challenging Einstein's theory of special relativity, there has been some skepticism over the results. Now Fermilab, near Chicago, has announced it will attempt to replicate the experimental results within four to six months."
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GPS (1)

Deadstick (535032) | about 3 years ago | (#37515436)

Interesting to note the article mentions an "improved GPS". If Fermilab can find 59 feet of error in CERN's measurement distance, Einstein should be safe.

rj

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