- Dec 24, 2004
Here is another video of Don Lincoln talking about the detection of neutrinos.
No, you can't read is all it is.Iam very pleased that you did bring up your previous posting where you, "reluctantly" did agree with me that Neutrinos obviously "do" exist, or they wouldnt have been detected!...So there we are, Neutrinos, according to your very good self, do interact with other particles...BUT WAIT, you then you go on to say TODAY that ( Even if it happened, that interaction would NOT be detectable, because of the difference in masses), and then you conclude by saying, (So essentially no. Neutrinos dont interact with anything. Any interactions are too rare for words like "interact") You completely contradicted yourself Hartey!!! ..
You appear to be in some form of crisis Hartey, after all you do hate to admit being being wrong...When Fermilab particle physicists, who are far more informed than you obviously are, tell me and anyone else who wishes to find out, that Neutrinos DO interact with other particles and therefore, if you still want to try and argue about it, take it up with them at Fermilab and all the resident Phd and Professors at that facility ..
Its not picking on him, its educating him!! (Or at the very least, trying to educate him) ..Harte is a bit stubborn. But I'm trying to abstain from picking on him. We'll just let the facts speak for themselves.
Even against overwhelming evidence, Hartey could never bring himself to admit that he was wrong, not the best of virtues for a school teacher ..No, you can't read is all it is.
Or you think that neutrinos can be detected by banging them into one of a quintillion protons.
You were wrong yet again Hartey, and i see again you contradict yourself when you say, Neutrinios interact with Protons like one tiny pissant interacts with a Blue Whale....But nevertheless there IS an interaction...I notice you try and use CERN in some vain and desperate attempt to debunk the fact that neutrinos do interact with other particles, even though CERN has far more advanced physicists than yourself, working for them .I wasn't wrong.
Neutrinos interact with protons like one tiny pissant interacts with a Blue Whale.
You'll note that the posts were concerning CERN, not some lab set up to actually detect neutrinos.
No, the conversation was about CERN, not Fermilab.You were wrong yet again Hartey, and i see again you contradict yourself when you say, Neutrinios interact with Protons like one tiny pissant interacts with a Blue Whale....But nevertheless there IS an interaction...I notice you try and use CERN in some vain and desperate attempt to debunk the fact that neutrinos do interact with other particles, even though CERN has far more advanced physicists than yourself, working for them .
No, the conversation was about CERN, not Fermilab.
It's you that's "trying to use" Fermilab here, when the subject was neutrinos interacting with CERN's proton beams.
There is no interaction between the neutrinos streaming in from space and CERN's proton beams.
If you go back and look, you'll see that it was the CERN comment I was responding to. It is YOU that was trying to change the subject.Hartey, you are desperately trying to bring up a posting i made at the very start about CERN`s proton beams somehow interacting with neutrinos, that you are now using to try and explain that this is what you have been objecting to all along!......But the conversations changed and moved onto other matters that involved Neutrinos interacting with other particles, that you have been strenuously denying ever has happened..
I didnt say a Proton Beam was a Neutrino detector...I mentioned the fact that Neutrinos pass through every part of the Earth every second, therefore logically could go straight through a CERN Proton beam....Nothing about the Proton Beam being a Neutrino detector...However, i hope you enjoyed the video clips and photo sent to you, and i wish you a very happy break from schoolwork during the next few weeks ..If you go back and look, you'll see that it was the CERN comment I was responding to. It is YOU that was trying to change the subject.
I have stated several times in this thread that neutrinos interact, though rarely (and that word "rarely"doesn't do justice to how truly rare such an interaction is.)
There will be no neutrino interference with any proton beam experiment.
Even the most efficient and sensitive neutrino detector detects less than a trillionth of the neutrinos that hit it.
And a proton beam is not a neutrino detector.
I have an off topic question. Does anybody know if there is anything inside of the present scientific way of thinking which describes the unification between and or amongst that which is physical/tangible, that which is mathematical, that which is possibility & that which is boolean?