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Feb25-12, 09:30 PM
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Quote Quote by Enoy View Post
I will not be surprised if theese two issues only is shown to be of minor significance for the time measurement, when they start up the experiment in the spring coming. The issues even might cancel eachother out with regards to time-measurments-errors.
Yeah, that was what I was wondering as well, though I am still thinking that there is the possibility that the errors both account for the early 60 ns time, and a more likely one at that considering the implications of the result. And even if they both cancel each other out and the result stays about the same, the experiment has been shown to not be as perfect as originally suspected, so there is also the possibility of another error.