July 28, 2004
Dark Energy and Neutrinos

Thanks to New Scientist for carrying this article detailing a possible link between dark energy and neutrinos.

For all of you who've been ignoring all of Scott's posts on this subject, dark energy is a something that scientists have resorted to in order to explain their mathematical models of the creation of the universe, the expansion of the universe, and why normal scientists are completely unable to attract mates. Unfortunately, it's damn difficult to prove it's existence. If these researchers are successful, they'll be able to explain why neutrinos switch types and potentially by default, dark energy.

Oh, what a happy day that'll be, if you're a physicist.

Posted by ron at July 28, 2004 03:34 PM

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