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Message 13212 - Posted: 31 Mar 2006, 11:08:57 UTC
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Message 13222 - Posted: 31 Mar 2006, 15:59:38 UTC

Well, let's find the Higg's which gives particle their mass , hence also the neutrinos, and the LHC is supposed to find it.

Furthermore the neutrinos can't then go with the speed of light , as only massless particles do so.

Question arises, at what speed do they go then in vacuum ?!
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Message 13227 - Posted: 1 Apr 2006, 9:36:56 UTC - in response to Message 13212.  

Neutrino story on the Beeb.
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Bring on the "Can Neutrinos escape a Black Hole" experiments!

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4862112.stm


I'm not the LHC Alex. Just a number cruncher like everyone else here.
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Message 13283 - Posted: 9 Apr 2006, 4:15:43 UTC - in response to Message 13227.  

Neutrino story on the Beeb.
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Bring on the "Can Neutrinos escape a Black Hole" experiments!

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4862112.stm


Does this mean we don't need dark matter anymore?
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Message 13289 - Posted: 9 Apr 2006, 9:30:10 UTC

In the wickipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_matter

neutrinos with weight would belong in the dark matter category. However, I read somewhere else (don't recall where, unfortunately) that it is not enough as dark matter is some 25 % and the known light matter 5%, neutrinos with all their abundancy do not make out 4 times more matter than "regular" matter.
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Message 13293 - Posted: 9 Apr 2006, 17:52:33 UTC - in response to Message 13222.  

Well, let's find the Higg's which gives particle their mass , hence also the neutrinos, and the LHC is supposed to find it.

Furthermore the neutrinos can't then go with the speed of light , as only massless particles do so.

Question arises, at what speed do they go then in vacuum ?!



Hello Cruchers,

I too would like to know this question. What is the differance
in the speed of neutrinos inbetween the Sun and the Earth? And is it
possible to use this area as a testing ground? (a space tunnel)

Simple minds want to know...
Ernie
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