The OPERA experiment, which claimed to have found neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light, has resigned now that the results have been proven wrong. Science can be cruel…

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A repeat of the OPERA experiment, done by the Icarus group, finds that neutrinos indeed travel at exactly the same speed as light, not faster. The physics community, while waiting for more results, was expecting this.

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It seems that the ghost of the faster-than-light neutrino results won’t die a peaceful death! What was earlier dismissed as a mere computer glitch is not as easy as that! There is a second error and that complicates matters a bit!

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A simple computer glitch might undo the greatest anomaly found in physics so far! It seems a faulty GPS connection may have been the cause of the faster than light travel speed of the neutrinos.

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Neutrinos are still travelling faster than light as far as the OPERA experiment is concerned. The results of a rerun give similar answers.

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The Double Chooz experiment has detected the disappearance of neutrinos and this has led them to measure the mixing angle between the electron and tau type of neutrinos.

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Van Elburg predicts an effect of 64 ns delay, exactly cancelling the observed advanced arrival of the neutrino beam at Gran Sasso. Has the Faster-Than-Light Neutrino puzzle been solved?

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Fermilab’s own experiment MINOS had shown the same effect as OPERA shows i.e. they had detected faster-than-light neutrinos. The data was however discarded. Now they’ll take another look at it, to see if they can verify OPERA’s claim.

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With all the buzz about the faster-than-light neutrinos detection news from CERN, we take a closer look at the facts. What is really going on? Are the CERN results trustworthy? And what about physics, if this turns out to be true?

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CERN claims to have detected particles faster than the speed of light, Neutrinos have been detected breaching the ultimate speed barrier. Is this really true? The implications for physics might be huge.

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