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public void GhostparticlefoundamilebeneathAntarcticaholdskeytobreakthroughinphysics(OP Anonymous){

String fullTitle = "Ghost particle found a mile beneath Antarctica holds key to breakthrough in physics";
int postNumber = "269162";
String image = "TELEMMGLPICT000169111160_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqpVFtQMSn7ZYEgFkbAp9DEg4eKJZAPd6r6jcTrhbcVw0.jpg";
String date = "07/12/18(Thu)17:49:36";
String comment = "The secrets of the origins of light are set to be unlocked by the discovery of an elusive “ghost” particle a mile beneath Antarctica, scientists have announced.

Astronomers have for the first time identified the source of a high-energy neutrino which shot through a solid ice laboratory at the South Pole last year in a “triumph” that promises to revolutionise understanding of fundamental physics.

Neutrinos are virtually massless, subatomic particles which race across the universe, passing unnoticed through planets and stars.
Despite their abundance - hundreds of billions pass through each human every second - they have so far proved impossible to detect because they interact with matter so rarely.

However, the detection of a neutrino on September 22 2017 has since enabled scientists to identify its point of origin using a complex network of ground and space-based radiation telescopes.

The international team traced the particle’s provenance to a flaring galaxy, or “blazar”, with a supermassive black hole at its heart four billion light years away.

Because the neutrino comes from such a powerful light-producing source, its discovery should allow scientists to begin investigating the precise mechanism through which light is formed.

Published in the journal Science, the breakthrough is being hailed as equal in importance to the discovery of gravitational waves - “ripples” in space-time - in 2015.

Professor Paul O’Brien, who contributed to the study at the University of Leicester, said: “This result will allow us to study the most distant, powerful energy sources in the universe in a completely new way.

He added: “This includes the energy that goes into making light.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/07/12/let-light-ghost-particle-found-mile-beneath-antarctica-holds/"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269163 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)17:49:47")

"Together with gravitational waves, the awareness of high-energy neutrinos gives astronomers a third “messenger” through which to understand space, having until recently relied mainly on visual observations.

Professor O’Brien likened it to a person who for years relied on just one physical sense to engage with the world suddenly having three.

France Cordova, director of the US National Science Foundation (NSF) that manages the IceCube laboratory where the particle was captured, said: "The era of multi-messenger astrophysics is here.”

The laboratory encompasses more than a cubic kilometre of deep, pristine ice, that detects neutrinos through their secondary particles, muons, which are produced on the rare occasion that a neutron interacts with matter in the vicinity of the detector.

The kilometres-long “tracks” that are produced allow astronomers to calculate which direction a particle came from.

“There have been previous claims that blazar flares were associated with the production of neutrinos, but this, the first confirmation, is absolutely fundamental,” said Carlo Ferrigno from the University of Geneva.

“This is an exciting period for astrophysics.”

Other types of neutrino arrive at Earth from the Sun, but these are less high-powered and therefore less instructive as to the origins of light."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269169 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)18:14:19")

">>269162
That's neat. If we would be able to create some sort of "net" to capture/register movement of it, then we could explore galaxy passively.

This could also lead to possibly of creating an artificial sun or even better means of data transmission."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269171 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)18:30:20")

">>269169
The only thing in your post that made any sense was that we could use it for data transmission"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269176 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)18:42:59")

">>269171
>The international team traced the particle’s provenance to a flaring galaxy, or “blazar”, with a supermassive black hole at its heart four billion light years away."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269181 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)18:48:51")

">>269176
And? Id wager that it emits plenty of em radiation on different frequency bands. I mean the simple fact we knew where it came from meant we already knew about it"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269213 && dateTime=="07/12/18(Thu)20:24:10")

">>269162
I'm gonna get to it first and release it because nothing should be held in captivity!"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269297 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)04:10:49")

">>269169
The day that they create F.T.L communication the day Comcast has everyone associated with the project killed"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269304 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)06:24:26")

"Sooo.. The Force is real?";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269328 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)09:47:35")

">>269304
Are you retarded?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269345 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)10:36:53")

">>269297
Neutrinos are not ftl, they have Mass you jackass.
The only thing we on know to transmit information ftl is changes in quantum states of entangled particles"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269372 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)12:24:10")

">>269328
It's a joke faggot."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269379 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)12:46:25")

">>269372
>you were only pretending to be retarded"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269397 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)13:45:08")

">>269379
Dude it was obviously a facesitious reply."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269399 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)13:56:45")

">>269345
The universe also expands faster than light"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269529 && dateTime=="07/13/18(Fri)21:48:55")

">>269169
We do explore the interstellar & galactic medium passively."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269560 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)01:42:38")

">>269399
>The universe also expands faster than light
so?
i dont think you understand modern physics very well.
if i stretch two ends of a rubber band, any arbitrary section of the rubber band will be moving slower than the ends will. this isnt even an accurate analogy but i hope you get the idea.
also:
https://www.space.com/33306-how-does-the-universe-expand-faster-than-light.html"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269593 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)07:37:42")

">>269399
parts of the universe expand faster than light relative to us."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269604 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)08:28:03")

">>269162
>so far proved impossible to detect
>detection of a neutrino on September 22 2017
you know what i fucking hate? reporters who suck that bad at their job
just because you weren't born doesn't mean you can just forget about it
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino#Direct_detection"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269642 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)11:45:30")

">>269399
>im arguing about things i dont understand but i think i do because i watched a show on discovery once narrated by morgan freeman
please take a course on modern physics and you will understand that your argument has nothing to do with, and does nothing to refute:
>The only thing we on know to transmit information ftl is changes in quantum states of entangled particles"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269644 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)11:49:34")

">>269604
i remember this experiment.
neutrinos themelves have been indirectly observed and their speed measured as far back as 1980 using pulsed pion beams, we basically measured their speed, and this experiment was repeated again in 2007
tau neutrinos have been indirectly detected as far back as 2000

also:
>in 1942, Wang Ganchang first proposed the use of beta capture to experimentally detect neutrinos. In the 20 July 1956 issue of Science, Clyde Cowan, Frederick Reines, F. B. Harrison, H. W. Kruse, and A. D. McGuire published confirmation that they had detected the neutrino, a result that was rewarded almost forty years later with the 1995 Nobel Prize."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269650 && dateTime=="07/14/18(Sat)11:56:03")

">>269162
>Ghost particle
another fucking lame ass media buzzword to make physics news interesting to normies.
God particle anyone? oh wait, that was already used.
their running out of names.
pretty soon their going to call the muon neutrino the "kickass particle", the neutralino a "blowjob particle", and the chargino the "Big Mac® particle""
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269808 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)00:28:01")

">>269650
At least they stopped calling it the God Particle
And you do know what they call the various flavors of quarks right?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269809 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)00:33:27")

">>269808
Types of Quarks
Up, Down, Charm, Strange, Truth, and Beauty

Truth and Beauty were later renamed Top and Bottom, but I like the old names"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269812 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)00:51:23")

">>269650
>blowjob particle
I for one can't wait to read the headline I'm looking forward to it"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269813 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)00:54:45")

"In b4 advanced civilizations use neutrinos in binary format to communicate and thus the Fermi Paradox is based on a massively flawed assumption.";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269828 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)03:02:41")

">>269169
We can't use it for anything else: it's extremely rare for intergalactic neutrinos to interact with matter, which is why all we can do is use it to make local group maps. Producing our own neutrinos would be expensive, difficult, and pointless because they dont like interacting with matter."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269834 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)04:09:47")

">>269808
lederman still hates his editor to this day for forcing him to use that shitting buzzname
the goddamn particle was a much better one but oops can't blaspheme despite god not being a thing

>the "Big Mac® particle"
i thought that was Z0"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269845 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)07:07:08")

">>269809
>renamed Top and Bottom
gay"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==269865 && dateTime=="07/15/18(Sun)09:14:30")

">>269845
not gay if bosons don't touch"
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