Feb. 23, 2012
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OPERA: Neutrinos Cleared of Speed Violations

Recently, the OPERA project reported on neutrinos travelling faster than light. Scientists all over the world controversially discussed these results which were once more confirmed in late 2011. The neutrinos needed 60 nanoseconds less time than light to travel a distance of 732 km from CERN in Switzerland to Gran Sasso facilities in Italy.

Now, all seems to be a simple mistake due to a badly connected fiber cable to the GPS receiver. Read the whole article at:


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