To clear up any confusion, what I thought was an interesting idea was
Keith's about everything curving around the neutrino. Imagine if
neutrinos are not subject to gravity, light still is, so light would
take the longer route and neutrinos would appear to travel faster. This
might mean that neutrinos are the same as gravitons. Being the source of
gravity, they would not be affected by themselves. At least, perhaps all
of this should be considered in testing the paradox -- but maybe it has?
On 11/28/2011 11:37, PAUL DEVEREUX wrote:
> Not a silly idea, a natural enough one, but the scientists had thought of it -- the neutrinos were beamed through solid rock on a straight line course, not around the great circle route!
> From: John Hooker<[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sent: Monday, 28 November 2011, 18:30
> Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] postmodernism and postprocessual mean what?
> Hi Keith,
> Actually, a rather interesting idea!
> On 11/28/2011 8:00, Keith Hunt wrote:
>> In a message dated 28/11/2011 14:32:26 GMT Standard Time,
>> [log in to unmask] writes:
>> The simplest source of error is likely to be in measuring the distance
>> covered by the neutrinos - quite possibly due to the curvature of the
>> Silly idea - the neutrinos travel in a straight line through the earths
>> crusts, everything else curves around it and thus travel a greater distance?
>> Think I'll duck - - - .