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The Sciences

Faster than light Brains on Vacation

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitMarch 13, 2012 8:04 PM


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Every month (or so), astronomer Seth Shostak rings me up and we talk about some topic relevant to skepticism for his radio show, "Are We Alone". This month, we talked FTL neutrinos. That is, the latest news in the faster-than-light neutrinos saga. If you want the background info, you can find it in the Related Posts section below.

Related Posts: - Unconfirmed rumor: FTL neutrinos may be due to a faulty GPS connection - New experiment neither proves nor refutes FTL neutrinos - Followup: FTL neutrinos explained? Not so fast, folks. - Faster-than-light travel discovered? Slow down, folks

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