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CERN experiments pay off by collapsing science as we know?
posted October 5 2011 14:10.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

E = MC^2, who does not know Einstein's equation and Einstein himself. This equation is related to the Einstein's theory of relativity, according to which no particle can travel faster than light, because when something approaches to the speed of light its mass becomes infinite, which means that you need infinite energy to pass this point. But something peculiar happened: Scientists from Italy believe that they detected some particles that are called neutrinos, which they travel faster than the speed of light. This is absolutely amazing because if it is true, then science as we know will collapse. Watch the following video:

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  • At 12 October 2011, 18:32:53 user johniee wrote:   [reply @ johniee]
    • @kammenos I agree with you.But my point is that also Einstein's theory of relativity is still stand, under some circumstances.All this wiil be happen , if they confirm that phenomenon..

  • At 11 October 2011, 12:54:51 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • @johniee if it is true, then the world as we know (from the scientific point of view) will change dramatically. The newton laws will still be valid (with small error in low speeds), but things that till today are impossible, will be possible, such as time travel, interstellar journeys etc

  • At 11 October 2011, 10:46:18 user johniee wrote:   [reply @ johniee]
    • if it is true, the science as we know it will not collapse. It is like as Newton laws it is not collapse by Einstein's theory of relativity. But under standard circumstances (v<<c for example) the Newton theory is correct. If they confirm their measurements, we will have perhaps something new after '70 in physics...i think

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