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Antarctic Neutrino Observatory Detects Unexplained High-Energy Particles

 
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Antarctic Neutrino Observatory Detects Unexplained High-Energy Particles
Hot on the heels of detecting the two highest-energy neutrinos ever observed, scientists working with a mammoth particle detector buried in ice near the South Pole unveiled preliminary data showing that they also registered the signal of 26 additional high-energy neutrinos. The newfound neutrinos are somewhat less energetic than the two record-setters but nonetheless appear to carry more energy than would be expected if created by cosmic rays hitting the atmosphere—a prodigious source of neutrinos raining down on Earth. The particles thus may point to unknown energetic astrophysical processes deeper in the cosmos.

“The result right now is very preliminary,” cautions Nathan Whitehorn of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, who described the new data May 15 during a symposium in Madison on particle astrophysics. “We’re not totally certain right now that it’s from an astrophysical source.” But it is difficult to explain the number and energy of the detected particles by invoking known processes within the solar system. “If this does in fact hold up with more data, and this does turn out to be an astrophysical source, then we’ll be able to address some questions in ways that were totally inaccessible before,” Whitehorn adds.

IceCube physicists are working to understand the origins of high-energy cosmic rays—charged particles from space that strike Earth—which may bear on the origins of the neutrinos as well. “Basically everything you could think of that would make cosmic rays would make neutrinos at the same time,” Whitehorn says. In contrast to neutrinos produced locally when cosmic rays strike the atmosphere, astrophysical neutrinos would originate at the same source as the cosmic rays themselves.

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interesting ...

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Amazing, I wonder how these cosmic rays will influence humanity in the coming weeks and months?



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Here's a short video about the Icecube neutrino detector at the south pole:



[link to www.youtube.com]
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Great stuff here OP Thanks.....


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Great stuff here OP Thanks.....


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mutating....?
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the neutrinos have mutated!!

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IceCube is the world's largest neutrino detector, encompassing a cubic kilometer of ice. [link to icecube.wisc.edu]
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Thread: The Earths Core Is Heating Up !

In the movie "2012" ... high energy neutrinos heating up earth core.
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Thread: The Earths Core Is Heating Up !

In the movie "2012" ... high energy neutrinos heating up earth core.
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the timing is not coincidental

Most powerful star explosion ever seen

[link to www.foxnews.com]

coming to you from a galaxy far far away
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the timing is not coincidental

Most powerful star explosion ever seen

[link to www.foxnews.com]

coming to you from a galaxy far far away
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neutrinos often precede the light of the photons
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the salting has strafed the survivable members of Team Black into compliance

it will move on Team Minerva and Team Red next.
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it's like aliens duh
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Amazing, I wonder how these cosmic rays will influence humanity in the coming weeks and months?



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"cosmic rays" will have zero influence on humanity, but predictive programming and brainwashing will as the triggers are "announced". Mind control.
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Amazing, I wonder how these cosmic rays will influence humanity in the coming weeks and months?



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"cosmic rays" will have zero influence on humanity, but predictive programming and brainwashing will as the triggers are "announced". Mind control.


Please stop! Not everything is a PSYOP. Do you know what all kinds of "rays" cause?
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that ice telescope is some crazy stuff god damn
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Neutrinos travel faster then the speed of light & now 26 of them have arrived ahead of themselves.. pretty kewl, mind over matter.

Just thinking of capturing a Neutrino may have created new ones.. If I get back before I return, tell me to wait here.
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the timing is not coincidental

Most powerful star explosion ever seen

[link to www.foxnews.com]

coming to you from a galaxy far far away
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


neutrinos often precede the light of the photons
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181



try reading for comprehension, then try doing a little research. duh


Neutrinos travel faster then the speed of light & now 26 of them have arrived ahead of themselves.. pretty kewl, mind over matter.

Just thinking of capturing a Neutrino may have created new ones.. If I get back before I return, tell me to wait here.
 Quoting: ..|O_o|.. 10032593




[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Toward the end of the 20th century astronomers increasingly turned to computer-controlled telescopes and CCDs for hunting supernovae. While such systems are popular with amateurs, there are also professional installations such as the Katzman Automatic Imaging Telescope.[29] Recently the Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS) project has begun using a network of neutrino detectors to give early warning of a supernova in the Milky Way galaxy.[30][31] Neutrinos are particles that are produced in great quantities by a supernova explosion,[32] and they are not significantly absorbed by the interstellar gas and dust of the galactic disk.
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what does it mean?
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the timing is not coincidental

Most powerful star explosion ever seen

[link to www.foxnews.com]

coming to you from a galaxy far far away
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


neutrinos often precede the light of the photons
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181



try reading for comprehension, then try doing a little research. duh


Neutrinos travel faster then the speed of light & now 26 of them have arrived ahead of themselves.. pretty kewl, mind over matter.

Just thinking of capturing a Neutrino may have created new ones.. If I get back before I return, tell me to wait here.
 Quoting: ..|O_o|.. 10032593




[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Toward the end of the 20th century astronomers increasingly turned to computer-controlled telescopes and CCDs for hunting supernovae. While such systems are popular with amateurs, there are also professional installations such as the Katzman Automatic Imaging Telescope.[29] Recently the Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS) project has begun using a network of neutrino detectors to give early warning of a supernova in the Milky Way galaxy.[30][31] Neutrinos are particles that are produced in great quantities by a supernova explosion,[32] and they are not significantly absorbed by the interstellar gas and dust of the galactic disk.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


I would surmise that neutrinos arriving prior to the light of a super nova explosion insinuates that an ailing star first expels its insides. in layman terms it barfs its neutrinos.
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Re: Antarctic Neutrino Observatory Detects Unexplained High-Energy Particles
Hot on the heels of detecting the two highest-energy neutrinos ever observed, scientists working with a mammoth particle detector buried in ice near the South Pole unveiled preliminary data showing that they also registered the signal of 26 additional high-energy neutrinos. The newfound neutrinos are somewhat less energetic than the two record-setters but nonetheless appear to carry more energy than would be expected if created by cosmic rays hitting the atmosphere—a prodigious source of neutrinos raining down on Earth. The particles thus may point to unknown energetic astrophysical processes deeper in the cosmos.

“The result right now is very preliminary,” cautions Nathan Whitehorn of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, who described the new data May 15 during a symposium in Madison on particle astrophysics. “We’re not totally certain right now that it’s from an astrophysical source.” But it is difficult to explain the number and energy of the detected particles by invoking known processes within the solar system. “If this does in fact hold up with more data, and this does turn out to be an astrophysical source, then we’ll be able to address some questions in ways that were totally inaccessible before,” Whitehorn adds.

IceCube physicists are working to understand the origins of high-energy cosmic rays—charged particles from space that strike Earth—which may bear on the origins of the neutrinos as well. “Basically everything you could think of that would make cosmic rays would make neutrinos at the same time,” Whitehorn says. In contrast to neutrinos produced locally when cosmic rays strike the atmosphere, astrophysical neutrinos would originate at the same source as the cosmic rays themselves.

Read more:
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the question that one must ask concerning this, were they looking for these results when constructing this site. and why construct it at the bottom of the world? is this the direction that met their probabilities?

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