Communicating with neutrinos (Image: Rochester University)
Researchers at Fermilab have succeeded in demonstrating that communication via neutrino beams can be accomplished with today's technology (Photo: Shutterstock)
Neutrinos have been in the news recently, and although it appears that they probably do not travel faster than light, they still hold court as three of the strangest of the known subatomic particles. Undeterred by these arcane particles, Fermilab scientists have succeeded in communicating with neutrino pulses through 240 meters (262 yards) of rock at a rate of 0.1 bits per second.
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