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Witte-Ulianov Rotation Anisotropy Effect.rotating the Einstein’s Light Clock, to Show that the Neutrinos Travel at the Light Speed in Opera and Minos Experiments.

Authors: Policarpo Yōshin Ulianov

This article explains why the neutrinos apparently are travel faster than light in the OPERA and MINOS experiments. This will be do with base in the Coriolis effect, Witte effect and some relativistic effects observed by rotating the light clock proposed by Einstein. These factors combined make the WURA effect (Witte-Ulianov Rotation Anisotropy effect) that generates a phase error between two clocks perfectly synchronized, due to rotation of the earth and its movement in space, during the travel time of a light signal between the clocks. For the OPERA experiment, the WURA effect describe a systematic timer error, that generate a theoretical time reduction of about 77.2ns, a value very close to the neutrino anticipation that was observed experimentally in the OPERA. This result indicates that in OPERA and MINOS the neutrinos are actually moving at the light speed.

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[v1] 2012-01-07 14:12:40
[v2] 2012-01-09 04:31:33

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