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Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by gendou on 2011-10-03 14:07:11 (edited 2011-10-24 17:45:18)
Watch me sing it on Youtube.

What do you think?

To be sung to the tune of Miracles by Insane Clown Posse.
We gotta theory.
You see Mike, we got a theory.
About matter, and particles.
(That's right, that's right.)

From Geneva to Italy, you gotta be kiddin' me.
Violatin' symmetry of special relativity.
Muon neutrinos, movin' faster than light.
Superluminal time of flight.

Yo, OPERA punks, you best check your selves.
Before you go and cause me to wreck your selves.
Examine equipment for systemic errors.
Just a figment? I'mma bring you terrors!

If results pan out, its up to the theorists.
Tachyons: ruled out, masses don't fit this.
Extra dimensions may provide short cuts.
Or maybe flavor cause them to just go nuts.

If we want a satisfying explanation.
We better have some fuckin' reservation.
A correct theory has to fit the data.
Miss observations you be mad like a hatta.

There was a supernova back in 87.
Where light and nu came down from heaven.
So keep this in mind when you reconcile.
Another try at Fermilab would be worthwhile.



Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by starninja on 2011-10-03 14:41:09
Oh damn. That's pretty badass emote


Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by stspeight on 2011-10-03 14:43:44
Impressive.

Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by karuzo on 2011-10-03 19:04:40
Impressive... and Epic

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Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by riiko-chan on 2011-10-03 19:57:42
I vote yes, yes, and hell yeah. I want to hear it when it's done.

Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by on 2011-10-24 07:59:47 (edited 2011-10-24 08:00:29)
Any new info on this Faster-than-Light discovery? I tried reading the first paper that was published, but quickly got lost in the jargon. I did read a different article (can't remember where) that said a measuring inaccuracy of as little as 20 meters between the source and receiver would account for the FTL speed calculated.

On a related note, light speed is relative to space, right? So the scientists would have to take into account the earth's axial rotation, orbit, and surface curvature as well as the rotation of the solar system about the milky way when making these calculations. Or am I totally mistaken and a simple v=dt will work in this situation?

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Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by red_13 on 2011-10-24 13:11:18
Oh...my.


Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by deyub on 2011-10-24 13:40:32
Oh Wow!!!

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Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by gendou on 2011-10-24 17:44:52
I've recorded myself in full ICP makeup (technically, my Halloween costume) performing this song on Youtube.


Re: Physics Rap about Neutrinos
Link | by red_13 on 2011-10-24 18:45:33 (edited 2011-10-24 19:21:16)
Awesome, admin.


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