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Live Chat on Neutrinos today at 3PM EST

Today at 3:00PM eastern time, Science magazine will be hosting an hour-long discussion on the debate over the recent faster-than-light (supposedly) neutrinos announcement out of CERN.

Science's Dan Clery will be hosting this discussion, which will include guests Alan Kostelecky and Alfons Weber.

To participate, or just listen in, surf on over to the Science chat site.

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