Complementary Special Relativity Theory and OPERA Experiment
March 22, 2013
CERN Neutrinos to Gran Sasso (CNGS), OPERA experiment, Clocks synchronization, Complementary Special Relativity Theory (CSRT), One-way speed of light, Special Relativity Theory (SRT)
The original result of the OPERA experiment which is a part of the “CERN Neutrinos to Gran Sasso Project” challenges Einstein’s Special Relativity Theory, but not because neutrinos’ velocity was faster than Einstein’s universal constant . We show that the neutrinos move with velocity and that the 62 ns discrepancy of the OPERA calculation is removed when we apply formulae of the Complementary Special Relativity Theory to the process of the GPS distance measurement and clocks synchronisation. Furthermore, we give predictions of what velocity of neutrinos would be measured, when circumstances of clock synchronisation using present GPS software will be in particular cases changed.