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Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole

 
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Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
Two super-high-energy particles have been detected by IceCube, the massive neutrino telescope buried in Antarctic ice. These two neutrinos, one seen in August 2011 and the other in January 2012, have enough energy to be from an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray source, such as a gamma-ray burst. “They are at least 10 times the energy of any neutrino we’ve seen before.” -- 28th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Beijing

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Some 3,300 astronomers had registered for the conference, and most of us were in our seats when IAU president Robert Williams walked onstage with Vice President Xi.

Xi’s speech focused on international collaboration, which will be essential for several big projects on China’s horizons: plans call for completion of an enormous radio telescope 500 m (1,640 feet) across in 2016, work is being planned on a new telescope on Dome A (Antarctica’s highest ice feature), and several space missions are in the works. The conference newspaper, Inquiries of Heaven (named after an ancient book of Chinese poetry written thousands of years ago), carries the full translation of Xi’s speech.

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CERN? A possibility?
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from : Thread: "In 13 months of observing with the half-complete IceCube detector at the South Pole, “we didn’t see anything,”" WTF?

The origins of cosmic rays, a constant shower of fast-moving particles from space, have long baffled physicists. Some of these particles are 100 million times more energetic than those produced at the Large Hadron Collider, the most powerful particle smasher on Earth.

Yet after nearly a century of research, scientists have no firm idea what they are or where they come from. “It’s one of these big unsolved mysteries in physics,” Whitehorn said. “What can possibly be making them?”

IceCube, which was completed in December 2010 after a decade of construction, is an array of 5,160 such detectors arrayed more than a mile deep in Antarctic ice. Unlike earlier neutrino detectors, like Superkamiokande in Japan and SNO in Canada, IceCube is big enough to sense neutrinos with energies higher than a trillion electron volts, which are produced by the very highest-energy cosmic rays. If gamma-ray bursts are responsible for cosmic rays, IceCube should be able to tell.

“In two years we’ll have an answer, or a lot of scratching our heads,” Whitehorn said. “We’ll either see neutrinos, or something will be strange with the universe.”

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Or perhaps it is time to stop trying to fit observations to theories and begin to do real science again and use observations to make theories that really explain the universe.
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High-Energy Gamma-rays and Neutrinos from Extra-Galactic Sources
High-Energy Gamma-rays and Neutrinos from Extra-Galactic Sources. 2nd ...
www.mpi-hd.mpg.de/icecube/HdWorkshopNo2/index2.htm - Cached
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IceCube Neutrino Observatory AMANDA project (video) ANTARCTICA



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They just found something they dont understand. If they are mutating now then they have been for billions of years.

Nothing to see here, move along ;)
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
They mutate throughout these cycles.We are leaving the Evolutionary cycle of 17 million 250 thousand years,which is the death moon cycle,the death of this universe and now are into the sun,revolutionary cycle of life.When evolution goes in reverse.to the living sun cycle.These electromagnetic forces will destroy sum and upgrade others,including everything in this universe...
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The whole neutrino concept is bullshit. All they have are gamma ray bursts. In the same manner I could say those gamma ray bursts are a result of colliding Santa farts.
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
Could this be related to all the earthquakes we've been having at the poles recently ?
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I hate it when my neutrinos mutate.
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The mideast and africa also i think.
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OP is 100% right and here is a video of events by Ice Cube

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Could this be related to all the earthquakes we've been having at the poles recently ?
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No.

But it is an interesting bit of physics, all by itself.
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icecube has really stepped his game up
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
Two super-high-energy particles have been detected by IceCube, the massive neutrino telescope buried in Antarctic ice. These two neutrinos, one seen in August 2011 and the other in January 2012, have enough energy to be from an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray source, such as a gamma-ray burst. “They are at least 10 times the energy of any neutrino we’ve seen before.” -- 28th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Beijing

[link to www.sciencenews.org]
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interesting.....
[link to www.phys.unsw.edu.au]
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
Two super-high-energy particles have been detected by IceCube, the massive neutrino telescope buried in Antarctic ice. These two neutrinos, one seen in August 2011 and the other in January 2012, have enough energy to be from an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray source, such as a gamma-ray burst. “They are at least 10 times the energy of any neutrino we’ve seen before.” -- 28th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Beijing

[link to www.sciencenews.org]
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interesting.....
[link to www.phys.unsw.edu.au]
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"cygnus region" milagro......p42

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Two super-high-energy particles have been detected by IceCube, the massive neutrino telescope buried in Antarctic ice. These two neutrinos, one seen in August 2011 and the other in January 2012, have enough energy to be from an ultra-high-energy cosmic ray source, such as a gamma-ray burst. “They are at least 10 times the energy of any neutrino we’ve seen before.” -- 28th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Beijing

[link to www.sciencenews.org]
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interesting.....
[link to www.phys.unsw.edu.au]
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"cygnus region" milagro......p42

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What have I been telling you? Nobody listens

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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
OP is 100% right and here is a video of events by Ice Cube


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haha thanks, reminds me on good old times :)
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OP is 100% right and here is a video of events by Ice Cube


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Clicked on thread hoping to see this.

THREAD DELIVERS.
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
Wasn't this incident in the 2012 movie.I think they were talking about neutrinos mutating.It seems familiar to me because I heard about this somewhere a while back.
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What does this mean? What can we expect because of this?
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
neutrinos its something but the effect of it ,its a mystery

for now neutrinos seam to do nothing on us but all have a reason to exist and we dont know the reason on neutrinos
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The whole neutrino concept is bullshit. All they have are gamma ray bursts. In the same manner I could say those gamma ray bursts are a result of colliding Santa farts.
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Oh crap. This is a little concerning.
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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
The way around this might be to argue that ultrahigh-energy (UHE) neutrinos, which don't interact with photons, might be ferrying huge energies through the universe and that the surplus of highest-energy cosmic rays comes about from chance encounters between the UHE nu's and particles such as protons or other neutrinos.

The nu's themselves are too ephemeral to see in terrestrial detectors, but their presence and flux can be inferred indirectly. Hence the need for experimental ventures such as the Pierre Auger detector array now in preparation.

Here are the three reports:


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Re: Neutrinos mutating. Aug. 29, 2012. 2 super-hi-energy particles detected by IceCube, massive neutrino telescope, S Pole
1962 paper. Observation of High-Energy Neutrino Reactions and the Existence of Two Kinds of Neutrinos.

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