The CERN neutrino experiment ... and Mars

9 Oct 2011

Two weeks since the CERN experiment on neutrinos and some 30 papers in response to the claim they move faster than light have been lodged on the preprint server arXiv - suggesting reasons why the experiment was wrong. At www.thunderbolts.info, however, the actual existence of neutrinos are challenged - but in general neutrinos are accepted by scientists (see www.physorg.com/print237106952.html ). 

At www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2011/10/could-mars-be-between-ice-ages-exp... there is an interesting take on climate on Mars - and some of its mysteries. One view is that Mars is a planet where active climate is a thing of the past - the Red Planet is seen moreorless as a dead object. This, the theory goes on to say, Mars is but a shadow of its former self - but is that view correct? This is an attempt to jump start the idea that Mars is simply in thrall, at some point between Ice Ages, a temporary lull.