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marcus
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May24-06, 11:24 AM
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Lawrence Krauss has a talent for writing a survey that makes a lot of stuff easier to understand. He's a world-class cosmologist and physicist too, as well as talented writer. There was a conference/workshop of NEUTRINO EXPERIMENTALISTS in Venice and they invited Krauss to give a relaxed overview of the big picture of how neutrinos fit into COSMOLOGY.

Since neutrino experimentalists are not cosmologists, his talk has to communicate across fields and be very basic. I found it remarkably informative and intuitive---also just 10 pages.

Like to share this in case anyone's interested:

http://arxiv.org/astro-ph/0605378
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF NEUTRINOS IN SHAPING THE UNIVERSE?
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