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Most recent answer: 05/16/2013
Q:
My Physics sir told that in recent experiments conducted scientists were able to discover a particle with more than the speed of light at -273.14C by producing certain particle required for the experiment to occur.Can u tell me more about this information with correct appropriate data.
- Prudhvi Raj Borra (age 16)
Machilipatnam,Andhra Pradesh,India.
A:
I am sorry to disappoint you but there no reports that I know of about particles with speed greater than that of light, at any temperature.   Such an observation would go against Einstein\'s theory of relativity.   All experiments, and there have been many,  have seen no such phenomenon.

LeeH

(published on 05/16/2013)

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