High Energy Particle Physics


Explaining How and Why the Muon Neutrinos Flow Faster Than the Speed of Light in the Opera Neutrino Experiment

Authors: Hamid Reza Karimi

In this paper an attempt is made to explain how and why the muon neutrinos flow faster than the speed of light in the OPERA neutrino experiment by using the theory of quantized space and time and internal structure of elementary particles derived from a new model of mine [1]. Also this paper shows that: 1-This motion is achieved by two velocities. The first is a speed of in the time and length quanta. Then there is a velocity greater than that of light in the super dimension. 2-In these tests, muon neutrinos move with a velocity . Only 23.98 m of this happens in the super dimension [2].

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[v1] 2012-01-02 06:30:56

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