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Move over Light Speed . . . ?

BBC and MSNBC have both reported that European scientists may have clocked neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light. The scientists involved are, however, being cautious while their test results are verified, and Bob Cargill considers this kind of caution in relation to the lack of it in certain instances in archaeological finds.

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2 thoughts on “Move over Light Speed . . . ?

  1. And there are still other ways to respond, whether the results are in Physics or archaeology: http://xkcd.com/955/

    Posted by Thomas Keene | September 27, 2011, 2:07 pm

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