Authors: Dan Visser
Neutrinos-faster-than-light? The science-battle is not yet over! ‘Yes’, said the OPERA-team in September 22 2011. ‘No’, said the ICARUS-team in February 23 2012. But this paper carries on that it is undoubtedly correct that neutrinos can go faster-than-light. Neutrinos can only do that in neutrino-pairs: I call these pairs Duonistic Neutrinos! This paper presents the set of equations to prove that. The smallest gravity-acceleration g’ appears to be prior to the trajectory of single packaged neutrinos. OPERA and ICARUS might be right both in the end.
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