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  A relativistic Newtonian mechanics predict with precision the results of recent neutrino-velocity experiments

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Referee this paper: file:///C:/Users/user/Downloads/3140-5228-1-PB.pdf by Ramzi Suleiman

Please use comments to point to previous work in this direction, and reviews to referee the accuracy of the paper. Feel free to edit this submission to summarise the paper (just click on edit, your summary will then appear under the horizontal line)

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Closed as per community consensus as the post is nonsense
submission not yet summarized

paper authored Oct 23, 2014 to Closed Questions by Ramzi F. Suleiman
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    retagged Jun 23, 2015 by dimension10

    Nonsense, voting to close.

    @submitter of the last 7 papers: please immediately stop filling PO with this nonsense.





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