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March 30, 2012

Scientist Behind Earth-Shaking Neutrino Finding Resigns Due to Slowness of Subatomic Particles

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Professor Antonio Ereditato, the man who found neutrinos traveling faster than light late last year, has resigned from his job at the Gran Sasso physics laboratory in Italy. Attempts to reproduce the amazing superluminal result were not successful, and the finding was eventually blamed on a loose cable.

We were pretty excited for a minute there.

[BBC]

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Will William Shatner Return as Old Kirk in ‘Star Trek 3′? – Yahoo News

The newest Star Trek movie may put William Shatner back in the captain’s chair. According to the Alamo Drafthouse blog BadAssDigest, the script for Star Trek 3 includes a scene for the original Kirk and Spock, played by Shatn...
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William Shatner may appear alongside Leonard Nimoy in ‘Star Trek 3′ – Hypable

Leonard Nimoy’s appearances in the new Star Trek films have tied them to the original Star Trek continuity in an interesting way, and it now appears that William Shatner may also aid in that connection. How would a new movie ...
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William Shatner Might Be in the Next ‘Star Trek’ Movie – Moviefone

Kirk and Spock, together again at last – original flavor style. Badass Digest reports that “Star Trek 3″ could feature a cameo by William Shatner. While his original series co-star, Leonar...
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