Classical Physics

   

Explain the Phenomenon of Neutrino Superluminal

Authors: Ji Qi, Wei Feng Ni, Yinling Jiang

An interesting experimental phenomenon attracted the whole world's attention. European researchers found that the neutrinos traveled faster than the speed of light, which was difficult to explain. This result was reported on the website of British "Nature" journal on September 22, 2011. Meanwhile, many strange phenomena from the experiment of Foucault pendulum were found by us. In 1921, Millar conducted an experiment and found that the light presented a drift motion relative to the earth by an amount of 10km/s. These experiments implied that there existed another state substance in nature and it might account for the motion laws of all the objects. In this paper, an objective interpretation for the superluminal phenomenon of neutrinos was presented, as well as a reasonable prediction for this kind of experiments.

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[v1] 4 Nov 2011

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