Neutrinos have a mass - confirmed

Feb 7, 2000
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but not enough mass to cause the univers to slow down and collapse

the universe isnt just expanding its accelerating by antigravity caused by dark matter, or at least thats what the "experts" say
 

GL

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Oct 9, 1999
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I wonder how many physics students failed tests because they stated the neutrino has a mass:)? In any event, we now can account for up to 18% of the dark matter mass in the universe.
 

bigredguy

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some of this hurts my head so bad when i try to think about it. like photons, how can something have zero mass?
 

Antoneo

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wow they have a mass... any practical applications to today's world? Hmm... Neutrino blasters?