Quantcast

"Did GPS flaw create neutrino 'breakthrough'?" What do you think?

XENON23 2012/02/27 10:02:52
Related Topics: GPS

Read More: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/did-gps-...

You!
Add Photos & Videos

Top Opinion

  • RJ~PWCM~JLA 2012/02/27 18:58:17
    RJ~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    Global Warming Sheep, take note. This is a great example of real science at work.

    From the article:
    "Even researchers involved in the experiment cautioned at the time that the measurements would need to be independently verified by other scientists before a genuine finding could be declared."

    That's how *scientists* think. That's how *science* works.

    Notice the difference between this *real* science, and the phony political non-science of the Global Warming Alarmists, who scream "THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED!"

    Science is never settled.

Sort By
  • Most Raves
  • Least Raves
  • Oldest
  • Newest
Opinions

  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/02/29 06:09:29
    nothingbutthetruth
    I don't know and so I can't say.
  • ImageBandit ~ American Patriot 2012/02/27 20:44:12
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +2
    I still think the world is flat and the universe revolves around US - that at one time is a scientific FACT
  • XENON23 ImageBa... 2012/02/27 21:09:41
    XENON23
    +1
    As was that the sun revolved around the earth. Once they thought we were at the center of all things. Now not only do we know we are not at the center we have to deal with being way out in the boonies and even the milky way is out in the boonies. If we every found out that there were more than on universe I bet we would end up being in the boonies of that as well.
  • Striker ImageBa... 2012/02/28 03:14:01
    Striker
    +1
    Is there an end to the Universe? And if so, What's beyond that?
  • ImageBa... Striker 2012/02/28 04:23:50
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +1
    sharks - waiting off the edge - oh yes and skolarian voldergaffs
  • RJ~PWCM~JLA 2012/02/27 18:58:17
    RJ~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    Global Warming Sheep, take note. This is a great example of real science at work.

    From the article:
    "Even researchers involved in the experiment cautioned at the time that the measurements would need to be independently verified by other scientists before a genuine finding could be declared."

    That's how *scientists* think. That's how *science* works.

    Notice the difference between this *real* science, and the phony political non-science of the Global Warming Alarmists, who scream "THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED!"

    Science is never settled.
  • Torchmanner ~PWCM~JLA 2012/02/27 13:35:31
    Torchmanner ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Let's hope that this doesn't get politicized by the lefties or there won't by any real science left.
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/02/27 13:28:22
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +2
    I always figured that the neutrinos stuck to the speed of light in a vacuum, which is faster (though not by very much) than the speed of light in air.
  • Tau_Seti 2012/02/27 13:15:19
  • Jimbo 2012/02/27 10:59:15 (edited)
    Jimbo
    +2
    If something can travel beyond light speed, we are not advanced enough to understand what it is doing it. All the matter on earth is the result of supernova or hyper nova explosions. For all the energy and matter released in one(more than all the galaxies sun's fusion) most of the energy is the release of neutrinos. They are everywhere and can pass through normal matter (see neutron stars). Gravity is not strong enough to hold together solar systems including ours. Dark matter yet to be determined holds them together. Dark matter has many times the mass of existing stars in the universe. We are only beginning to understand the nature of this dark energy measuring it by the effects on solar systems and galaxies.
  • U-Dog 2012/02/27 10:56:30
    U-Dog
    +1
    I had my doubts that neutrinos could travel faster than light from the start. I guess we'll see what they come up with later this year.

See Votes by State

The map above displays the winning answer by region.

News & Politics

2014/07/29 10:52:14

Hot Questions on SodaHead
More Hot Questions

More Community More Originals