What Happened To All The Neutrinos?

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Steve L
Steve L

"I'm depressed. Nobody will interact with me." -- A. Neutrino

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@Artiz yes, physics as code. It an amazing cyber war

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Pass Into Grace Golden Yearning
Pass Into Grace Golden Yearning

Neutrinos have been used as a predictor of light from supernovae because their weak interactions allow them to travel faster than light through clouds of intervening matter. As weakly interacting particles they do no scatter large amounts of Cherenkhov radiation in the same way as matter jets from black holes. *The problem with using neutrinos to peek into the past is that the neutrinos we are seeing should be **_younger_** than the photons that are finally reaching us.*

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Donald Royal
Donald Royal

I was going to comment this also. How can we see something that precedes an event when we were not here to see the event. The neutrinos would be well past the visible universe.

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00:01 Intro - You Do Not See the Real World 05:07 Part 1 - Seeing the Invisible 13:13 Part 2 - A Gnat’s Whisper 21:11 Part 3 - A Map of the Universe at One Second Old 29:00 Part 4 - How Neutrinos Break Physics

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Justin B
Justin B

Love this video! I've often been a proponent of the idea that neutrinos may account for dark matter/energy in the universe, which could lead to some profound breakthroughs in our understanding of the expansion of the universe. Would love to see another episode on neutrinos (or an addendum to this video) that talks about the fact that anti-neutrinos are apparently virtual particles (i.e. they actually do travel faster than light). This has huge implications as the anti-neutrino is involved in driving one of the most common radioactive decays... the beta decay. With anti-neutrinos traveling faster than light, we essentially have a neutrino traveling backwards in time to interact with the nucleus of an atom to initiate a beta decay. If this is all true, beta decay wouldn't be a random statistical event after all. Please... more on neutrinos! They are by far the most promising part of the standard model to tie everything together.

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A good way to get an idea about neutrino oscillations, that mass states differ from flavor states, is thinking about light polarization: suppose your photons are created in vertical (V) and horizontal (H) polarization, but we can only see them in diagonal polarization (D). If you expect "H" creation, your "D" detection will come up short (until you realized D =/=H). Moreover, passing through a birefringent medium will mix H and V.

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“...100 trillion of them stream through your body every single second as if you were simply not there.” Then perhaps it's we who are the ghosts, rather than neutrinos: us and everything we can see and touch, and all the forces we can detect - ghosts in a universe about which we may be able to perceive almost nothing. Just an idle thought. This video is a marvelous presentation.

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Timely mention of SOFIA as it will be decommissioned after its latest flight is over, 5o be replaced by the James Webb Telescope. Yet another excellent video.

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I absolutely enjoyed learning about neutrinos. Thank you for sharing this with me.

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mage davee
mage davee

So I worked on a neutrino experiment called PROSPECT, and we had to detect neutrinos 10 m from the reactor. We used sophisticated shielding, but we also used double coincidence of two signals to eliminate a lot of noise. In fact the background became an invaluable tool for calibration.

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antineutrinos.

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How can our vision be 15 seconds behind? That is 1/4 mile at 60MPH in a car. On some backroads even at 30MPH you would not see the bends until after you are upside down in a ditch. Not only that it's not what the article says. Specifically and I quote "Instead of analysing every single visual snapshot, we perceive in a given moment an average of what we saw in the past 15 seconds." this is radically different from "our vision is stuck up to 15 seconds in the past". Not even close. Not only that but "The Conversation" is renowned for dumbing things down to the point that they don't mean the same thing as the original scientific paper.

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knowing about neutrinos has slightly changed my perception of the world and how I move through it. I see neutrality as something that, ironically, can be positive. this is a gift. thank you.

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JJKimbreaux
JJKimbreaux

There's a whole lot of ancient eastern philosophy to be found mixed in here. I actually like to imagine the neutrinos as being the nondualists/Buddhists of the particles, with the three states of neutrinos as the equivalent of the three gunas: sattva, rajas, and tamas. One can evade the traps of +/- duality by taking the more difficult route and simply refusing to interact with any preconceived notions about itself. 😂👍🏼

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Minor nitpick: the image processing latency of the human brain is about 15 mili-seconds. I don't think that a species that needs 15 seconds to respond to threats would fare very well evolutionary.

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It is actually literal. We can focus on things nearly instant. Or if something changes Fast we can snap to it and instantly recognize. However slow moving objects not in our line of focus go unnoticed

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Hestia
Hestia

*He said *up to* 15 milliseconds...

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History of the Universe
History of the Universe

https://theconversation.com/everything-we-see-is-a-mash-up-of-the-brains-last-15-seconds-of-visual-information-175577

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This video opens with some pretty wild misinterpretations of data. The circumstances for any part of vision taking up to 15 seconds to resolve would have to be fairly unique and probably not important enough to fully resolve anyway. In order for the sun to appear as green as pictured, its color temperature would have to be lowered very far making is something other than what it is.

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"SOFIA has measured magnetic fields in galaxies1, spotted water on sunlit portions of the Moon2 and detected the first type of ion that formed in the Universe, helium hydride3. But it costs NASA around US$85 million a year to operate, which is nearly as much as the operational expenses for the Hubble Space Telescope. On 28 April, NASA and the German Aerospace Center, the two partners in SOFIA, announced that they will close down the observatory by 30 September."

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Art Vandelay
Art Vandelay

I'm going to let all of you in on a little secret. Being that I am an undercover alien from the planet Uranus, my fellow uranians and I developed a piece of technology that is capable of absorbing neutrinos and storing them away. We didn't design This at first for any other reason but just as a project of sorts for fun, but it turned out to be something quite remarkable. Before I knew it, we had absorbed all the neutrinos in the entire universe. Now my buddies will be upset if I tell everybody our little secret. So everybody just keep this between yourselves. All the neutrinos are captured in Uranus.

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Abid Beecroft
Abid Beecroft

Thats pretty interesting that the Sun pumps out more green light than other colours. Green light isnt absorbed by plants as you can have a green light in a dark room and it wont effect sleep cycles. Maybe other types of Stars pump out a ton of other colours lets say mainly red that would make plants flower/fruit very quickly but very short/small or a Sun that pumps out mainly Blue, that would make plants grow huge but flower/fruits would be sparce and airy. Once again I see this as another perfect coincidence for us being alive right now, so many things perfectly balanced

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WVDM70
WVDM70

Very interesting and captivating. Was about to subscribe when I noticed I already did.

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Danski
Danski

Love this channel! another amazing video.

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Fail460
Fail460

Kinda felt like I had to sit through the first couple of mins to get to interesting stuff but good vid! Watched all the way through. Before I was only vaguely aware that neutrinos existed and now I vaguely understand what they are. Nice.

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the forlanjoker
the forlanjoker

One of the best explanation of how the highs feild interacts with particles

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guluta alan
guluta alan

The counting of electron/muon/tau neutrino and the day-night difference, depending on their origin (solar and athmosferic from cosmic rays) is so badly explained, though does not require advanced concepts, that I wonder if the author really understood what he talks about.

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