Neutrinos: Nature’s Identification Thieves?

The oscillation of neutrinos from variety to some other has long been suspected, but was confirmed just about fifteen years ago. For these oscillations to take place, neutrinos should have a mass, regardless of how slight. Since neutrinos have traditionally been considered to be massless, in an exceedingly genuine method, this phenomena is a definite sign of physics beyond the known. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr Don Lincoln explains how we know it occurs and hints at the rich experimental system at a number of international laboratories designed to understand why complex secret.

Sunday Night at Pavilion on Oct. 26, 2014 delivered Ray Jessel doing “Identity Theft.”
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