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    Cosmologists Provide Closest Measure of Elusive Neutrino

    Cosmologists and not particle physicists — could be the ones who finally measure the mass of the elusive neutrino particle. A group of cosmologists have made their most accurate measurement yet of the mass of these mysterious so-called "ghost particles." They didn't use a giant particle detector but used data from the largest survey [...]

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    article HERE:http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/...911.5291v2.pdf The error bars are still pretty large. pete

    ~0.39 + or - .07 ev. I still like Larry Abbott's 0.003 to 0.03 ev from 1988 prediction.

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