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(Live Science)   Trailblazar scientists discover first source of high-energy neutrinos   ( livescience.com) divider line
    More: Cool, cosmic neutrinos, Neutrino, IceCube Neutrino Observatory, Cosmic ray, supermassive black hole, rarer cosmic neutrinos, higher-energy cosmic neutrinos, high-energy neutrino  
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These neutrinos are so weakly interacting, they can avoid detection from Fark admin duplicate thread detectors.
 
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Trailblazer (ZX Spectrum)
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FTA : "Tracking down a source of cosmic neutrinos would not have been possible at all without IceCube, according to Derek Fox, an astrophysicist at Pennsylvania State University, whose team led a crucial portion of the research. "

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mufhugger: <nutria rat because I don't know what a neutrino is.jpg>


oh, they're teens from Dimension X
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mufhugger: <nutria rat because I don't know what a neutrino is.jpg>


I'm not entirely sure either, and I work on a project to study them.  I call them WAPPS, Weird-Ass Physics Particles.
 
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Sgrmac: [i.imgur.com image 610x342]


Actually, my neutrinos don't work. I need to call a quantum mechanic.
 
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