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A superluminal theory for calculating the rest energy and velocity of superluminal particles

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The author summarizes references to a series of his published papers which led to his rigorously derived superluminal relativistic theory. In this paper, the author shows how his superluminal theory may be used to calculate the rest masses and superluminal velocities of the electron neutrino and the tau-neutrino. Since application of the author's superluminal theory demonstrated very favorable results, in the two cases above, the author proposes that his superluminal theory be categorized as a Modus Operandi to act as a corroborative theoretical proof of any possible future superluminal experimental results. Such corroboration then, in turn, would lend credence to the accuracy of the superluminal theory developed from his papers.
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Keywords: Electron Neutrino; Eta-Meson; Rest Mass; Superluminal Relativistic Kinetic Energy Equation; Superluminal Velocity; Tau-Neutrino

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 30, 2013

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