Technical Note: Neutrino Speed and Mass Theory and its Deep Impacts on Cosmology
H. Frystacki (2011), JBIS, 64, 173-174Refcode
: Neutrino speed, neutrino mass, quantized space-time, dark energyAbstract:
In the second half of September 2011 a neutrino beam from a CERN lab in Geneva, Switzerland shot 732 km to the National Institute of Nuclear Physics Gran Sasso lab in Italy seemed to travel 0.0025% faster through Earth than speed of light in a vacuum. Not looking at the accuracy of this disputed experiment it shows that neutrinos are very peculiar subatomic particles because they travel either with a speed very close to the speed of light, or at speed of light, or even above if the experiment turns out to be repeatable. This raises the question about the nature of neutrinos and if we can detect a feasible process that causes the extremely small mass of neutrinos that is obviously not subject to any relativistic mass increase. A new approach to the well-known simultaneity of relativity of events with Planck's quantization scale of length and time may solve the riddle for the strange nature of neutrinos and the unexpected mass feature they have. This discussion opens the horizon to hidden forms of energies throughout vacuum of space by introducing quantized rotary space-time elements and examining the relativity of simultaneity in a way it has never done before.
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