Scientists solve neutrino mystery
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Ha Ha HA!!!
I KNEW I was right about that!!!
ALong with this...I would like to throw some more eggs in some faces...lol
Now, who was that trying to say photons were massless? ( Be very afraid to answer :O )
Where does it say they have figured out how the neutrinos change from one form to another? I wonder if it is like light waves and photons.
Hey, if photons and neutrinos have mass, then wouldn't einstein be wrong? If they have mass, how can they travel at light speed? And how can we measure it without the light going back into the past? Or into the future? Or staying frozen in time? Ow, my head hurts.
Sorry if you missed the last discussion about lightspeed, but the general outcome was mass is only apears infinite to the observer, not the object, it's all relative to position ( hence relativity ), Einstein was right, his interpretations are confused by most and photons do have mass.
I think that about sums it up.
BBA, I checked out the last discussion of light speed and still have this question. How does a nuetrino change from one type to another? I have a limited physics background and am able to grasp most ideas. I know only of the three known types of nuetrino. Muon, tao, and electron? Right or wrong. I also have somewhat of an idea how lightwaves and photons co-exist. It has been 17 years since my last physics class in college and have done only limited research since.If you could find a link or spend some time explaining it I would be forever grateful.
Correct if wrong, BBA, but a photon has "momentum" mass (I assume this applies to neutrinos), and since it can't be stopped like a particle, the question of "rest" mass is meaningless.
According to Einstein, E=MC^2. Pretty basic. Remember what that says. Energy = Mass. Nevermind that constant thingy. I'm still up in the air about c. Just remember that energy is mass and mass is energy when dealing with the questions...
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