The Net Advance of Physics:
SUPERLUMINAL NEUTRINOS


Last updated: 2014 July 20.


These pages contain links to research papers dealing with the possibility that neutrinos may sometimes move faster than light.

This section of Net Advance was established in response to the widespread public interest in this topic after the 2011 OPERA neutrino velocity measurements:

Despite the great initial excitement which it generated, this result has not stood up well over time, and most of the original OPERA researchers now consider it spurious.


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS:


Our pages are organised as follows:

PLEASE NOTE: The Net Advance of Physics does not take a position on the existence and/or explanation of this phenomenon. Also, the editor unfortunately lacks the time and expertise to read every paper in detail and with full comprehension, so some may be poorly classified. Suggestions for improvements are welcome. Please write to the editor, Norman Hugh Redington (redingtn at mit dot edu).


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