Friday, December 23, 2011 12:38:35 AM
@Kain1, I'd bet that isn`t true. Either they haven`t measured it right or they defined a neutrino wrong (or defined an antineutrino wrong). How do you measure a thing that is electrically neutral and has either no mass or negligible mass? Who says mass has to be positive on a quantum scale anyway? It would seem to depend on how you define mass and space-time. As if relativity wasn`t queer enough, quantum physics has a way of making the bizarre predictions of a gibbering idiot such as myself hard to write off. Just when you think you know what`s what, someone will find a crazy exception that redefines our understanding of reality.