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No. Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light.

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A photon. Neutrinos have mass and therefore must travel at less than the speed of light. Photons of light travel at the speed of light.


Neutrinos are currently the only particle "suspected" to travel faster than light.


Some recent experiments (2010 and 2011) suggested that neutrinos might be massless and travel very slightly faster than the speed of light (0.003 %). However, these are at odds with measurements that show neutrinos and light photons travelling at roughly the same speed. Further experiments are planned to test how photons and neutrinos are affected by the medium they traverse. If neutrinos do have mass, by the theory of relativity they cannot reach or exceed light speed.


scientists found that neutrinos (subatomic particles) travel faster than the speed of light


It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).It seems to be impossible to travel faster than the speed of light (in a vacuum).


No, neutrinos have been shown to have a small non-zero mass. They can't get to c (the speed of light in a vacuum). The only thing a supernova can eject at the speed of light is photons. Update: Recently an experiment has measured neutrinos traveling above the speed of light. An explanation is yet to be offered.


the thing which is faster than light is neutrinos which is 25parts per million faster than speed of the light, its scientifically proved.


Possibly. Photons have no age because they travel so fast. It is believed that a few certain subatomic particles (called neutrinos) can go faster than Photons, therefore they can go back in time. There are a couple websites you can look at that are all about neutrinos. Google neutrinos, and you will get many, many results.


AnswerAccording to our current understanding of physics, it seems that nothing can go faster than the speed of light.AnswerThere are these subatomic particles called neutrinos that travel 60 nanoseconds faster than light. Unfortunately, that means Einstein's 1905 special theory of relativity is wrong. So, theoretically, you can time travel and be your own grandmother.


Recent experiments at CERN suggest that neutrinos travel faster than light, but this experiment has not been replicated anywhere else and needs significant backing before it is to be accepted as a phenomenon.


Nothing with mass can travel at the speed of light, and nothing with mass can travel faster than the speed of light. The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. The faster an object travels, the heavier it gets. An object traveling near the speed of light would weigh countless tons and be too heavy to move. Neutrinos (sub atomic particles) which might travel faster than light have no mass and are not effected by the increase in weight with the increase in speed. Lions can only run about 20 mph, much slower than the speed of light. Cheetahs can only run about 25 mph. again, much slower than light speed.


Neutrinos travel so close to the speed of light we were unsure for awhile whether or not they had a rest mass.


The neutrinos produced in Beta Decay travel at almost the speed of light, due to their very very small but nonzero mass.


It is the speed of neutrinos. Why they are faster than the speed of light? Ckeck results of recent LHC experiments.


No, speed of light won once again. Turn out that the CERN group did the experiment, they forgot about the cables and let it loose.


No, it does not. Nothing could be accelerated past the speed of light. As it approached the speed of light its mass would become infinite thereby requiring infinite energy. There were some results with neutrinos suggesting travel at faster than light speed, but it turned out to be due to experimental error.


Travel faster than the speed of light. By definition, Superluminal is "Faster-than-light (FTL)"


First of all, even the CERN scientists are not convinced that the neutrinos did, indeed, travel to the detector at a speed faster than that of light. They are fairly certain they've made some mistake, but they just haven't yet figured out what it was. Secondly, neutrinos can not be accelerated. If they began at a certain speed, there is NO WAY anyone could make them go faster. If, indeed, the CERN scientists have not made a mistake, this would only mean that neutrinos begin their lives at a speed faster than light. Creating neutrinos is easy -- scientists need only set up a beam of particles that decay into neutrinos, then wait for the original particles to do so. Detecting them is the problem.


No. All colors travel at the same speed. It is called "the speed of light".


Light. No ordinary matter can travel at or faster than the speed of light.


At nearly the speed of light? Yes. There's no practical way to do it, but it's obviously possible, neutrinos do so.


Actually you can not travel faster than light speed.


In a vacuum, photons will only ever travel exactly at the speed of light. They can't go slower, and they can't go faster. Note that going faster than the speed of light would violate causality, so this is usually deemed impossible.


According to the Theory of Relativity, nothing can go faster than the speed of light. And since light is information, it cannot go faster than the speed of light.


Tachyons are hypothetical sub atomic particles that can travel faster than the speed of light.



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