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From the perspective of a Neutrino.

  1. Feb 29, 2008 #1
    NOTE: I am not sure if this is in the correct part of the site, or if it has been discussed before, if so then I apologise.

    This has been on my mind for ages! From the perspective of a Neutrino what would a human look like? Would "we" virtually be invidible to them, as they would be able to pass through us vitually undetected and so either we would not appear to be there OR we would just look like massive porous objects. I say this because when thinking of things like a neutrino it is virtually impossible for me to be able to compare the size of it with us, though this may be a way of gaining some understanding.

    Any feedback, or some patient explanation would be great :tongue:

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