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  1. #1 2012-(neutrino) 
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    i know this question im about to ask may by no means have any sound evidence, but it was observed and quoted in the recent movie "2012";

    "can neutrinos behave like microwaves?", i mean it has been proved that neutrino unlike any other subatomic particle, is very elusive, and does not carry any potential characteristic that specifically distinguishes from the fact it is nothing at all.
    So is it possible?


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    no


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  4. #3 Re: 2012-(neutrino) 
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    In fact, hell no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinsbergrelatz
    thank you for all replies~
    so im confused, do neutrinos exist or they dont? All i learnt so far about the neutrinos are that they are produced after certain radioactive decays, or in nuclear reactions like our sun etc...
    In 1930 Wolfgang Pauli proposed the existence of a neutral particle that would hardly interact with matter to explain the continuous electron energy distribution observed in nuclear beta decay. This explanation ``saved'' energy and momentum conservation.

    As early as 1932 Enrico Fermi provided a theoretical framework for beta decay which included the neutrino and was inspired by the structure of the electromagnetic interactions.
    1. Neutrinos most certainly do exist.

    2. Waveman28 has yet to make a correct statement on any subject. He can be safely ignored, and should be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinsbergrelatz
    merely a 'means to a solution' like all the other bullsh*t theories out there (String Theory, that means you).
    wait so string theory is bullshit?
    Nobody knows.

    What is abundantly clear is that string theory has provided questions and insights that have resulted in some spectacular new mathematics.
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    you mean like the modular functions, by Srinivasa Ramanujan
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    Yes, it should only be thought of as a brain teaser with no reasonable end, so that there is also no reasonable end to the extents to which people will try their hardest in math to develop solutions. But you know, some people actually take it seriously! (Reminds me of a little something called religion)
    Of all the wonders in the universe, none is likely more fascinating and complicated than human nature.

    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."

    "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence"

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    A number of posts have been split off from this thread and moved to "New Ideas and Hypotheses" under the title; Waveman28: neutrinos.

    The posts were moved because they pertained to a discussion of a poster's personal theory and that forum is the proper place for such discussions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrRocket
    2. Waveman28 has yet to make a correct statement on any subject. He can be safely ignored, and should be.

    hahaha!, I would hate to meet you in real life DrRocket you'd scare the pants off me I think, you're manage to be astoundingly cynical simply by typing (that's a good thing by the way)





    I don't think neutrino's behave in any special way lik you described, sure their special in their own little way, being sub-atomic...and stuff. but just not in the way you describe
    It's not how many questions you ask, but the answers you get - Booms

    This is the Acadamy of Science! we don't need to 'prove' anything!
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