The latest result from CERN was neutrinos do not travel faster than the speed of light, but appear to be at the speed of light. Interestingly, this news did not get nearly as much fan fair as it did when CERN incorrectly detected “faster than light.”
We had a fantastic meeting six months ago at Neto Café in Mountain View. In fact we talked far beyond the original topic of discussion and, at the end of the meeting, 2/3 of the attendees asked me to organize more meetings like that regularly. (The other 1/3 didn’t stay till the end.) Sorry for the delay, but here it comes.
The meeting will have the same format as the last time, open discussion moderated by me. All points of view are welcome and discussed respectfully. The primary topic will be: Neutrinos are not light and known to have mass, how can they travel at the speed of light? But other subjects are welcome and it will be fun! And hopefully enlightening at times.
(I suggested this event a few months ago; so the times mentioned in the above description are a bit off. For example, when I said six months ago, it is now ten months ago. Anyway, welcome to an interesting discussion.)