Faster Than Light Fiasco

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Michio Kaku: No, You Still Can't Go Faster Than Light -

Michio Kaku: No, You Still Can’t Go Faster Than Light series of new experiment results flatly contradict the sensational announcement last year that something could—and indeed had—traveled faster than light.
Cropped image from a larger one of Michio Kaku...

Cropped image from a larger one of Michio Kaku at a guest speaking event. Personal pic. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(March, 2012) Last September a group of physicists fired a beam of subatomic particles called neutrinos from the CERN particle accelerator, near Geneva, to Italy. They were left gasping for breath when the neutrinos apparently outraced a beam of light by a distance of 60 feet over a distance of 454 miles, violating Einstein’s famous dictum that nothing can travel faster than light.

But the floodgates finally burst open last week when a second group of physicists announced that they redid the entire experiment and found that Einstein was correct all along: Their neutrinos traveled at precisely the speed of light, not faster or slower.  more


The Wall Street Journal

If sources are to be believed, it is said that some of the group members of his group Opera were demanding that he should resign from his post, as it was reestablished that nothing can travel faster than light. It was quite shocking for the world … — Sat, 31 Mar 2012 03:48:44 -0700
Leaders of Faster-Than-Light Experiment Step Down – Science Now ROME Two leaders of the OPERA collaboration, which stunned the world in September when it announced data suggesting that neutrinos could travel faster than the speed … — Sat, 31 Mar 2012 03:10:00 -0700
Guess what- they disproved that finding recently- they found that the thing they thought was going faster than light wasn’t actually. But don’t despair- science brought you electricity, nuclear power, and loads of other things you take for granted … — Sat, 31 Mar 2012 02:27:59 -0700


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