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Neutrino superluminal anomaly observed in latest experiment at CERN-San Grasso

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Last week a beam of neutrinos sent from CERN to the San Grasso lab in Italy reconfirmed the superluminal anomaly found in September’s experiment while eliminating a potential source of error. More experiments are planned throughout the next year attempting to verify what could be a violation of Einstriens relativity theory in which the speed of light is the limiting speed in the universe. In the latest experiment the length of the pulses have been shortened to allow for better TOF measurement.  More to be said in future post.

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