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Neutrinos Faster Than Speed of Light?

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But now it seems that researchers working in one of the world's largest physics laboratories, under a mountain in central Italy, have recorded particles traveling at a speed that is supposedly forbidden by Einstein's theory of special relativity. Scientists at the Gran Sasso facility will unveil evidence on Friday that raises the troubling possibility of a way to send information back in time, blurring the line between past and present and wreaking havoc with the fundamental principle of cause and effect.

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Comment by Tom Westbrook
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Faster than the speed of light is actually the same as slower than the speed of light when traveling in time with respect to space. It makes more sense when changing the reference frame when crossing to the other side where the change in space is greater than the change in time. Therefore motion is always the speed of light or less, it's just the reference frame that changes. space/time (miles/hour) vs. time/space (hours/mile).

Eventually they will figure out that time has three dimensions just like space. It's hard to detect Neutrinos for example when they are traveling in time that is not necessarily parallel to the direction of time that we are traveling.

 At lease according to the Reciprocal System Theory:


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