What is a Neutrino?

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1. spla300 2 years ago

WFT was that?

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2. Mrpenguinb 2 years ago

ummm.. ok..

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3. Oddi 2 years ago

Neutrinos. These small sneaky bastards!

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4. Neutral 2 years ago

I think this is too technical for most of us to understand

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5. cretia 2 years ago

so thats why we age bloody neutrinos

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6. sgtstone5 2 years ago

what the hell do you do with a neutrino after you catch one. you can't eat it can't fuck it. what good is it.

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7. loadrunner 2 years ago

I still don't know what a neutrino is.

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8. fardelian 2 years ago

#6 It's good for studying. It's these kinds of studies that made your computer possible and might one day make things like teleportation possible.

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9. AL7AIR 2 years ago

#8 But first we have to build the Heisenberg Compensator :)

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10. ringmaster 2 years ago

How the * can they say that ALL neutrinos are left handed? It's not the right handed neutrinos' fault that we haven't discovered them. That with water and the en-charged electron is only an indirect observation of the neutrino.

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11. orion 2 years ago

#10 They theoretically cannot exist (at least in the simplified model, the symmetry breaking is not yet fully understood). Physics is not just about mindless observation but about theoretical understanding. And we detect all the particles indirectly!

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12. ringmaster 2 years ago

#11, we denied lots of things a thousand years ago and claimed lots too. Our view of the world is not perfect, even today. I let future scientists take up our discussion... And keep in mind, over 90 % of the universe is unknown...

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13. davor1387 2 years ago

I might have understood if i watched a full documentary on this, 1:14 is just not enough.

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14. gcleffff 2 years ago

ahmm ohh uhmmm what? what is it?