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Always Check the Cable Before Doubting Einstein




Dear CERN: Always Check the Cable Before Doubting Einstein

TECH 2/22/2012


David Coursey, Contributor


Please check your cables before questioning me!

The initial news was shocking:CERN, the European atom-smasher, had found evidence that atomic particles could travel faster than the speed of light!

The news shot around the world at, yes, the speed of light, with scientists talking about the possible death of Einsteinís General Theory of Relativity. CERN did insert a caveat: More tests were needed to confirm the finding.

And now we know the sad truth: Neutrinos donít travel faster than 186,000-miles-per-second, or if they do, CERN canít prove it. Indeed, physics was almost upended by a loose fiber optic cableused to connect a GPS receiver to a CERN computer, Reuters reports.

Turns out the problem was one familiar to everyone who works with communications or computing hardware: A cable.

In this case, one that connected a GPS to a computer to provide accurate time for the experiment. Once the bad cable was factored-out, neutrinos slowed down and Einstein was redeemed.

One of the first lessons I learned in computers ó and I learned it the hard way and repeatedly ó is that the problem is always a cable until proven otherwise. Home entertainment installers also know this truth. Likewise all my ham radio buddies.


Symptoms relieved

Computer wonít turn on? Thatís an unplugged power cable. Canít play music? Speaker cable. Something doesnít hear? Mic or line-in cable.

No display? The video cable or maybe the display power cable. No network? Thatís the Ethernet cable. All of these can be accidentally or intentionally pulled out.

Some cables will fail over time. Works one day, dead the next.

Sometimes the cable isnít really what you think it is ó the wires donít lead where you expect ó and the cable doesnít work because itís the wrong cable. This is especially true with new cables that youíve never seen work before.

Sometimes the pins in the connector become bent or broken ó so donít force a cable where it doesnít want to connect. Thatís another lesson I learned the hard way. Likewise, not connecting the cable to the computer or device if screws are available for that purpose.


Strain reliefs keep cables happy and prevent damage to the equipment. Route the cables so that a tripping accident doesnít cause a $5,000 monitor to crash to the floor. (That one I caught in time). Thank you, Apple, for the magnetic power connectors that keep my portable Macs safe.

Sometimes cables donít work because they are too long. Or overheat because too much power is being run through them.

Cable problems can even occur inside a device where they are difficult or impossible for ordinary mortals to discover.

When a customerís product arrives at a service center, guess what is checked first?

I certain donít blame CERN for the trouble with the GPS cable. Stuff happens. And sometimes when stuff happens it makes worldwide headlines, gets people all excited, and then has to be recalled. Because of a bad cable.

So if you ever get an unexpected result, even if it doesnít question one of the foundations of modern physics, now you know what to check first.


Source: Forbes







CERN to re-run Einstein tests in May after cable doubts


CERN to re-run Einstein tests in May after cable doubts

Feb 23, 2012

(Reuters) - Physicists are to run new tests in May after the CERN research institute said on Thursday that its startling findings appearing to show that one of Einstein's fundamental theories was wrong could have been caused by a loose cable.

The CERN lab near Geneva appeared to contradict Albert Einstein's 1905 Special Theory of Relativity last year when they reported that sub-atomic particles called neutrinos could travel fractionally faster than light.

Einstein's theory, which underpins the current view of how the universe works, says that nothing can travel faster than light, and doing so would be like traveling back in time.

CERN said two possible effects had been identified that could have an influence on its neutrino timing measurement during its OPERA experiment. "New measurements with short pulsed beams are scheduled for May," it said in a statement.

One effect concerned an oscillator used to provide the time stamps for GPS (Global Positioning System) synchronizations, which could have led scientists to overestimate the neutrino's time of flight.

However, the other effect appeared to be more significant in the faster-than-light finding of the original OPERA experiment.

"The second concerns the optical fiber connector that brings the external GPS signal to the OPERA master clock, which may not have been functioning correctly when the measurements were taken," said CERN. "If this is the case, it could have led to an underestimate of the time of flight of the neutrinos."

The faster-than-light finding was recorded when 15,000 neutrino beams were pumped over three years from CERN to an underground Italian laboratory at Gran Sasso near Rome.

James Gillies, a spokesman for CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) said late on Wednesday that the result was now in doubt.

"A possible explanation has been found. But we won't know until we have tested it out with a new beam to Gran Sasso," Gillies told Reuters in Geneva.

Physicists on the experiment said when they reported it last September that they had checked and rechecked over many months anything that could have produced a misreading before announcing what they had found.

A second test whose results were announced in November appeared to provide further evidence that neutrinos were travelling faster than light. But many experts remained skeptical of a result that would have overturned one of the fundamental principles of modern physics.

Edward Blucher, chairman of the Department of Physics at the University of Chicago, said the original finding would have been breathtaking if it had been true. As it was, the research inspired many spirited discussions, if few believers.

"I don't think I met anyone who said I bet it's going to be true. I think the people on the experiment worked as carefully as they could and I think they ran out of ideas of what could be wrong and they decided to present it," he said.

"Maybe they should have waited a few more months," he added.

(Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Additional reporting by Robert Evans in Geneva, Kate Kellandin London; and Julie Steenhuysen in Chicago; editing by David Stamp)



Source; Reuters





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Since 1962 I doubted on Newton's laws. I did not accept the infinitive speed and I found un-vivid the laws of gravity and time.

I learned the Einstein's Relativity, thus I found some answers for my questions. But, I had another doubt of Infinitive Mass-Energy. And I wanted to know why light has stable speed?




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