Einstein’s Findings Refuted by Particles Traveling Faster than Light

A particle apparatus that travels faster than light. Photo: Special

JAKARTA – Einstein’s laws of the universe are in danger of being refuted by the discovery of particles traveling faster than light. This was disclosed by a number of international scientists.

Quoted from the Space Academy, this finding could overturn one of Einstein’s fundamental laws about the universe.

Antonio Ereditato, a spokesman for the international research group said measurements taken over three years showed neutrinos pumped from CERN near Geneva to Gran Sasso, in Italy, had arrived 60 nanoseconds faster than light did.

“If confirmed, this discovery would undermine Albert Einstein’s 1905 theory of special relativity which argued that the speed of light is a cosmic constant and that nothing in the universe could travel faster,” wrote the page, quoted Friday (2/6/2023) ).

That assertion, which has withstood more than a century of test, is one of the key elements of the so-called standard model of physics that seeks to describe how the universe and everything in it works.

“This completely unexpected finding arose from research by physicists working on an experiment dubbed the opera jointly run by the CERN Particle Research Center near Geneva and the Gran Sasso Laboratory, in central Italy,” he continued.

As many as 15,000 neutrino beams, the tiny particles that pervade the cosmos, were fired over three years from CERN towards Gran Sasso 730 (500 miles) away, where they were picked up by a giant detector.

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2023-06-02 07:34:57