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    Faster than the speed of light

    Can anything be faster than the speed of light? Yes, Neutrinos. Einstein's e=mc2 needs a review. I have always believe that the speed of light is not the ultimate speed. I also believe that if the speed of light can be slowed, it can certainly also be speeded up. The Big Bang must be faster than the speed of light for it to blow stars billions of light years away.

    http://xmedia.ex.ac.uk/index.php?opt...logy&Itemid=15

    http://www.time.com/time/health/arti...-main-mostpop1

    Neutrinos may have traveled faster than the speed of light
    By Elizabeth Flock
    Scientists at CERN, the world’s largest physics lab, announced a startling finding yesterday that would be enough to make Albert Einstein roll over in his grave: Subatomic particles, called neutrinos, have been found to be traveling faster than the speed of light.

    CERN (Anja Niedringhaus - AP) If true, this development would break a fundamental pillar of physics. Einstein’s special theory of relativity has always told us nothing is supposed to move faster than the speed of light, 299,792,458 meters per second.

    CERN scientists are now asking others to verify the measurements before claiming the discovery to be true.


    Albert Einstein. (AP) “The feeling that most people have is this can’t be right, this can’t be real,” said James Gillies, a spokesman for CERN.

    Rob Plunkett, a scientist at Fermilab, one of only two labs in the world that can try to replicate CERN’s results, says he’s keeping an open mind, but “it’s dangerous to lay odds against Einstein. Einstein has been tested repeatedly over and over again.”

    Post science writer Joel Achenbach says that he’s sticking with Einstein, at least for now, because:

    Einstein’s theory... isn’t based primarily on measurements.
    Einstein’s theory emerged from thought experiments. It was a deep insight into the nature of the universe. Subsequent experiments for more than a century have verified that he was right.
    For the new finding to carry a lot of weight, it would need more than an instrumental measurement. It would need a theoretical foundation. Otherwise you have something that is enigmatic rather than revolutionary.
    When CERN clocked the neutrino beam, it was traveling 60 nanoseconds faster than the speed of light. Scientists put the margin of error at just 10 nanoseconds, making the difference significant.

    If the results are confirmed, they won’t change how we live or how the universe behaves. But it will shake the very foundation of what we believe.


    lLt our light shnes forth to the world, Amen
    Last edited by CWH; 09-23-2011 at 09:35 AM.
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