Cleaning Up an Error

Posted on 12. Apr, 2012 by in Growth, Innovation, Leadership

Back in September 2011 there was a report from the OPERA experiment at the Large Hadron Collider that neutrinos could travel faster than the currently universally accepted limit of the speed of light. I described my own reactions to this report here. As noted then (and to cite Carl Sagan’s popularization of the phrase and […]

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How Would You Bet?

Posted on 23. Sep, 2011 by in Innovation, Leadership

Lots of news today about a finding that under some conditions neutrinos may (I emphasize may) travel faster than the speed of light, a clear contravention of a basic tenet of physics.  In this light (yes, that’s a joke), I found this little item to be of interest: Source:  http://xkcd.com/955/ Given all the pronouncements lately […]

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