This is as far as I've got so far but I think I'm stuck. These bosons are inside neutrinos and they go near the speed of light. The half life of these bosons (lambada) is 3*(10(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{-25}) s

The speed of light (c) is 299 792 458m/s

So I did this c / 3*(10^{-25}) = 9.9930819^{31}m/s

I just don't have a good feeling about this.

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# How far do W+ - and Z guage bosons travel in m?

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