Monthly Archives: September 2011

FTL Neutrinos? Not so fast….

Rumors have been circulating for a few days that the OPERA Collaboration would today announce the detection of what appear to have been neutrinos from CERN arriving at the Gran Sasso detector in Italy (a distance of 730 kilometers) a … Continue reading

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New Simulations Indicate that Warm Dark Matter May Be A Better Candidate Than Cold Dark Matter

Both Warm Dark Matter (WDM) and Cold Dark Matter (CDM) seem to provide plausible explanations for the large-scale structure of the cosmos. But, a little closer to home, simulations of halo galaxies seem to indicate that WDM might better explain … Continue reading

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