Sunday, March 31, 2013

Shape-Shifting Neutrinos -- Another Challenge to the Prevailing Standard Model of Physics

The neutrino—an electrically-neutral subatomic particle that rarely interacts with matter, passing through gases, liquids, and solids with little probability of ever interacting with anything in the universe.

According to the current Standard Model of physics, neutrinos cannot have mass, but the outcome of the experiment suggests that in fact they do.