Confluence of Cosmology, Massive Neutrinos, Elementary Particles, and Gravitation
Behram Kurşunoğlu, Stephan L. Mintz, Arnold Perlmutter
Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 1999 - Science - 246 pages
This text is based on a conference which discussed the discovery that neutrinos are massive objects, giving elementary particle physics a new direction. This is the first in a series of conferences that will discuss the implications of this discovery and related issues, such as the impact on cosmology, proton spin content, strings, fractional spin and statistics, gravitation, and accelerated expansion of the universe.
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