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Neutrino speed can exceed the speed of light within the frame work of the generlized special relativity and savckas model

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The speed of Neutrino particles is shown to be greater than that of light as shown by the OPERA neutrino experiment at the underground Gran Sasso Laboratory. The result of this experiment can be explained within the framework of the Generalized Special Relativity and Savickas model.

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Dirrar, M. , Hilo, M. , Elgani, R. and Bakheet, A. (2013) Neutrino speed can exceed the speed of light within the frame work of the generlized special relativity and savckas model. Natural Science, 5, 685-688. doi: 10.4236/ns.2013.56084.

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