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+ - FTL neutrinos explained... maybe->

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The Bad Astronomer writes "A new paper, recently posted on the arXiv physics preprint server, claims to have explained the FTL neutrino experiment from last month. The author claims the motion of the GPS satellite introduces a relativistic dilation that accounts for the now-infamous 60 ns discrepancy in neutrino flight time. However, I'm not so sure; the original experimenters claimed to have accounted for relativistic effects. I don't think we've seen the end of this just yet."
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