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If neutrinos travel at the speed of light through a vacuum, and rarely interact with matter, how fast do they travel through the nucleus of an atom?


(David Tate asked)


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  1. that’s a no-go. For the rocks Nucleai/Total volume = 10e-14, so even if neutrinos were teleporting over nucleai, it would have quickened them by only 10e-14, not 2.5e-5.

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