Monday, October 24, 2011

Busted: FTL neutrinos have a measurement error

If you read my original blog about neutrinos going faster than light, you'll see that I was a little skeptical.  Just like the actual researchers, who suspected they'd done something wrong and were asking the scientific community to help find their error.

I don't want to gloat or anything, but it looks like the measurement error culprit may be my proposal #2, which accounts for a 64ns error in measuring GPS time due to referential frame dragging:

Okay, I'll gloat.

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