CERN time travel not possible, Speedy neutrino solved
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10/15/2011 04:25 PM
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Researchers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands went and crunched the numbers on how much relativity should have effected the experiment, and found that the correct compensation should be about 32 additional nanoseconds on each end, which neatly takes care of the 60 nanosecond speed boost that the neutrinos originally seemed to have. This all has to be peer-reviewed and confirmed, of course, but at least for now, it seems like the theory of relativity is not only safe, but confirmed once again.Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3367880
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Sorry no time travel yet...
Of course not we wont allow the "Public" allow this information we will rape your mind and you will believe you what we say.
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