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Superluminal neutrinos and extra dimensions: Constraints from the null energy condition

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Superluminal neutrinos and extra dimensions: Constraints from the null energy condition

Auteurs : Steven S. Gubser

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Abstract

In light of the recent results from the OPERA Collaboration, indicating that neutrinos can travel superluminally, I review a simple extra-dimensional strategy for accommodating such behavior; and I also explain why it is hard in this strategy to avoid violating the null energy condition somewhere in the extra dimensions.

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AF : Joseph Henry Laboratories, Princeton University/Princeton, NJ 08544/Etats-Unis (1 aut.)
DT : Publication en série; Niveau analytique
SO : Physics letters. Section B; ISSN 0370-2693; Coden PYLBAJ; Royaume-Uni; Da. 2011; Vol. 705; No. 3; Pp. 279-281; Bibl. 29 ref.
LA : Anglais
EA : In light of the recent results from the OPERA Collaboration, indicating that neutrinos can travel superluminally, I review a simple extra-dimensional strategy for accommodating such behavior; and I also explain why it is hard in this strategy to avoid violating the null energy condition somewhere in the extra dimensions.
CC : 001B00; 001B20; 001B10
FD : Neutrino; Particule sans masse; Particule élémentaire
ED : Neutrinos; Massless particles; Elementary particles
LO : INIST-9425B.354000509225590210
ID : 12-0146163

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