Monthly Archives: May 2012

On the Green Party and the scientists: An answer to Sunny Hundal.

This letter on the Guardian raises some points, notably the one that says that scientists shouldn’t expect that politicians will follow every advice they give. This is clear, while scientists might provide advices, it’s up to the society to follow … Continue reading

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A prime example of how science should work: the “Faster-Than-Light” neutrinos

In fall last year, Italian scientists went public with puzzling data: they detected neutrinos emitted from CERN in Geneva which arrived 60 nanosecondes earlier than they should have if they have behaved according to the theory, i.e. travelling at the … Continue reading

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