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Neutrino Velocity > Light Velocity?

October 2, 2011

Neutrino Velocity > Light Velocity?

I. From                                                           

3:05,  Alfons Weber:

OPERA has only measured the average speed of the neutrinos from CERN to Grand Sasso. But there is no reason to assume that the neutrinos became faster or slower on their way. We actually don’t know of any mechanism that could have accelerated or decelerated them on the trip.

comment, Dov Henis:

***If the total arriving neutrinos mass is less than the total starting mass their velocity would accelerate: some of the mass reconverts to energy (Einstein) acting on a decreasing mass (Newton)…



From “Galaxy Clusters Validate Einstein’s Theory”

“a classic prediction of general relativity: that light will lose energy as it is escaping a gravitational field. The stronger the field, the greater the energy loss suffered by the light. As a result, photons emitted from the center of a galaxy cluster—a massive object containing thousands of galaxies—should lose more energy than photons coming from the edge of the cluster because gravity is strongest in the center”


Energy/mass dualism and light, why not and neutrino…

By  the below updated comprehension of gravitation light will lose MASS as it is escaping a gravitational field. The stronger the field, the greater the MASS loss suffered by the light. It is due to the energy/mass dualism that the loss of mass would
be loss of energy…

The universe cycles between two poles:  singularity/all-mass ,  and maximum-expanded/nearly-all-energy.

E=Total[m(1 + D)]    (D = distance travelled by mass since singularity)

Update definition of gravitation per the above E,m,D relationship. The essence/definition of gravitation is:

Gravitation Is the propensity of energy reconversion to mass”.


What, whence and whither, mass format:

In the expanding universe the point of  formation of the light, or of the neutrinos, of any mass format,  is –as far as the mass format is concerned” –  its
singularity point
.  Its motion distance is D. Its m decreases as its D increases, maintaining a constant mD = E …

Look Ma! It’s Converting!

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)                                                                                                                  

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