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September 09, 2017


Those are interesting links, CC. Excellent.Excellent. Thankyou :-)

Now I'll have to go read that book :-)

Glad you like the links, Stu. Another good book, this one from the UK: Quantum: A Guide for the Perplexed by Jim Al-Khalili (I may already have guided you to it or, at least mentioned it.)

Sounds interesting, but far over my head. About all I know about Neutrinos is that they are hard to find and I think there was an experiment looking for them at the hydropower plant deep under Oroville Dam. We took a field trip there in college and they pointed it out.

I guess it is no longer there. http://today.lbl.gov/2014/04/25/low-background-counting-facility-moves-to-sanford-underground-research-facility/

Unfortunately there was no neutrino detector (like the big one in Japan) along the path of totality of the recent USA solar eclipse. Otherwise it would have been interesting to look for lunar neutrino occultation, getting a tomograph of the moon's interior :-(

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