A team of Italian scientists have reviewed the earlier faster-than-light neutrino results and have rejected them.


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Not so fast: A team of Italian scientists have reviewed the earlier faster-than-light neutrino results and have rejected them.

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  • Chris Kirkendall

    This is what pure Science ia all about – always questioning conventional beliefs & theories, but also a healthy dose of skepticism of new theories that would contradict current theory. No one should ever be afraid of new ideas – but at the same time, a new idea or theory, no matter how “exciting” or intriguing, has to be tried & tested, challenged independently, by numeorus unconnected researchers before we can declare its validity. Contrast this with the IPCC covering up data that contradicted their pre-conceived notions of man-made global warming. That is NOT science – you cannot just discard or ignore data you don’t like. But in this case, it’s refreshing to see real Science working the way it’s supposed to…

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