SuperLuminal Neutrino


References

  1 - Reviews - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

  2 - Reviews - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

  3 - Reviews - Tachyons

  4 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity

  5 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity - Conference Proceedings

  6 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity - Slides

  7 - Experiment - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

  8 - Experiment - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

  9 - SuperLuminal Neutrino

  10 - SuperLuminal Neutrino - Conference Proceedings

  11 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

  12 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

  13 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Slides

  14 - Tachyons

  15 - Tachyons - Conference Proceedings

The references in each group are listed in approximate inverted chronological order.
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1 - Reviews - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

[1-1]
Data Tables for Lorentz and CPT Violation, Kostelecky, V. Alan, Russell, Neil, Rev. Mod. Phys. 83 (2011) 11, arXiv:0801.0287.
[1-2]
Lorentz violation at high energy: concepts, phenomena and astrophysical constraints, Jacobson, Ted, Liberati, Stefano, Mattingly, David, Annals Phys. 321 (2006) 150, arXiv:astro-ph/0505267.
[1-3]
Modern tests of Lorentz invariance, David Mattingly, Living Rev. Rel. 8 (2005) 5, arXiv:gr-qc/0502097.
[1-4]
Tests of Lorentz Violation in Atomic and Optical Physics, Neil Russell, Phys. Scripta 72 (2005) C38, arXiv:hep-ph/0501127.


2 - Reviews - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

[2-1]
New perspective on space and time from Lorentz violation, Bo-Qiang Ma, arXiv:1203.5852, 2012. First LeCosPA Symposium: Towards Ultimate Understanding of the Universe (LeCosPA2012), National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, February 6-9, 2012.
[2-2]
Overview of Lorentz Violation in Neutrinos, Jorge S. Diaz, arXiv:1109.4620, 2011. DPF-2011, Providence, RI, August 2011.
[2-3]
Lorentz invariance, vacuum energy, and cosmology, F.R. Klinkhamer, arXiv:0810.1684, 2008. ICHEP08, Philadelphia, USA, July 2008.
[2-4]
CPT- and Lorentz-symmetry breaking: a review, Ralf Lehnert, arXiv:hep-ph/0611177, 2006. Neutral Kaon Interferometry at a Phi-Factory: from Quantum Mechanics to Quantum Gravity, Frascati, Italy, 24 March 2006.
[2-5]
Tests of Lorentz Symmetry with Penning Traps and Antihydrogen, Neil Russell, Aip Conf. Proc. 796 (2005) 21, arXiv:hep-ph/0511262. 8th International Conf. on Low Energy Antiproton Physics (LEAP '05), Bonn, Germany, May 2005.
[2-6]
QED Tests of Lorentz Symmetry, Robert Bluhm, arXiv:hep-ph/0411149, 2004. Third Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, IN, August, 2004.


3 - Reviews - Tachyons

[3-1]
Classical tachyons and possible applications: a review, Recami, E., Riv.Nuovo Cim. 9N6 (1986) 1-178.


4 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity

[4-1]
Precision measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector in the CNGS beam, Antonello, M., Baibussinov, B., Benetti, P., Calligarich, E., Canci, N. et al., JHEP 11 (2012) 049, arXiv:1208.2629.
[4-2]
Measurement of the velocity of neutrinos from the CNGS beam with the Large Volume Detector, N. Yu. Agafonova et al. (LVD), Phys. Rev. Lett. 109 (2012) 070801, arXiv:1208.1392.
[4-3]
Measurement of CNGS muon neutrino speed with Borexino, P. Alvarez Sanchez et al. (Borexino), Phys. Lett. B716 (2012) 401-405, arXiv:1207.6860.
[4-4]
Determination of a time-shift in the OPERA set-up using high energy horizontal muons in the LVD and OPERA detectors, N. Yu. Agafonova et al. (the LVD), Eur. Phys. J. Plus 127 (2012) 71, arXiv:1206.2488.
[4-5]
Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector at the CNGS beam, M. Antonello et al. (ICARUS), Phys. Lett. B713 (2012) 17-22, arXiv:1203.3433.
[4-6]
A search for the analogue to Cherenkov radiation by high energy neutrinos at superluminal speeds in ICARUS, M. Antonello et al. (ICARUS), Phys. Lett. B711 (2012) 270-275, arXiv:1110.3763.
[4-7]
Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam, OPERA (OPERA), JHEP 10 (2012) 093, arXiv:1109.4897.
[4-8]
Measurement of neutrino velocity with the MINOS detectors and NuMI neutrino beam, P. Adamson et al. (MINOS), Phys. Rev. D76 (2007) 072005, arXiv:0706.0437.


5 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity - Conference Proceedings

[5-1]
Analysis of the MACRO experiment data to compare particles arrival times under Gran Sasso, Francesco Ronga, arXiv:1208.0791, 2012. Vulcano 2012 Frontier Objects in Astrophysics and Particle Physics Workshop.


6 - Experiment - Neutrino Velocity - Slides

[6-1]
New results from OPERA on neutrino properties, Autiero, D., 2011. CERN seminar, 23 september 2011. http://indico.cern.ch/getFile.py/access?resId=0&materialId=slides&confId=155620.


7 - Experiment - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

[7-1]
First Test of Lorentz Violation with a Reactor-based Antineutrino Experiment, Abe, Y. et al. (Double Chooz Collaboration), arXiv:1209.5810, 2012.
[7-2]
Search for Lorentz invariance and CPT violation with muon antineutrinos in the MINOS Near Detector, P. Adamson et al. (The MINOS), Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 031101, arXiv:1201.2631.
[7-3]
Test of Lorentz and CPT violation with Short Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Excesses, A. A. Aguilar-Arevalo et al. (MiniBooNE), arXiv:1109.3480, 2011.
[7-4]
A Search for Lorentz Invariance and CPT Violation with the MINOS Far Detector, Adamson, P. et al. (MINOS), Phys. Rev. Lett. 105 (2010) 151601, arXiv:1007.2791.
[7-5]
Rotating Odd-Parity Lorentz Invariance Test in Electrodynamics, Michael E. Tobar, Eugene N. Ivanov, Paul L. Stanwix, Jean-Michel G. le Floch, John G. Hartnett, Phys. Rev. D80 (2009) 125024, arXiv:0909.2076.
[7-6]
Testing Lorentz Invariance and CPT Conservation with NuMI Neutrinos in the MINOS Near Detector, P. Adamson et al. (MINOS), Phys. Rev. Lett. 101 (2008) 151601, arXiv:0806.4945.
[7-7]
Search for anisotropic light propagation as a function of laser beam alignment relative to the Earth's velocity vector, C. E. Navia et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0608223, 2006.
[7-8]
New CP-violation and preferred-frame tests with polarized electrons, B. R. Heckel et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 97 (2006) 021603, arXiv:hep-ph/0606218.
[7-9]
Tests of Lorentz violation in muon antineutrino to electron antineutrino oscillations, L.B. Auerbach et al. (LSND), Phys. Rev. D72 (2005) 076004, arXiv:hep-ex/0506067.


8 - Experiment - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

[8-1]
Constraining Lorentz Violation with Fermi, Vlasios Vasileiou for the Fermi LAT (GBMs), arXiv:1008.2913, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[8-2]
Test for Lorentz and CPT Violation with the MiniBooNE Low-Energy Excess, Teppei Katori (MiniBooNE), arXiv:1008.0906, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[8-3]
Test of Lorentz Symmetry by using a 3He/129Xe Co-Magnetometer, K. Tullney et al., arXiv:1008.0579, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28 - July 2, 2010.
[8-4]
Testing Lorentz and CPT Invariance with MINOS Near Detector Neutrinos, B. J. Rebel, S. L. Mufson (MINOS), arXiv:0802.3785, 2008. CPT'07.
[8-5]
MACRO constraints on violation of Lorentz invariance, Cozzi, M., Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 168 (2007) 289-291, arXiv:hep-ex/0703015. NOW 2006: Neutrino Oscillation Workshop, Conca Specchiulla, Otranto, Italy, Sep 2006.


9 - SuperLuminal Neutrino

[9-1]
Neutrino and Extra World, D.S. Baranov, G.G. Volkov, arXiv:1211.4708, 2012.
[9-2]
Geodesic Particle Paths Inside a Nonrotating, Homogeneous, Spherical Body, Homer G. Ellis, arXiv:1210.5248, 2012.
[9-3]
Oscillations of neutrino velocity, Branislav Sazdovic, Milovan Vasilic, arXiv:1210.3531, 2012.
[9-4]
Phenomenology of Philosophy of Science: OPERA data, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, arXiv:1206.3554, 2012.
[9-5]
The road toward a general relativistic metric inside the Earth and its effect on neutrino travel from CERN to GRAN-SASSO Laboratory, Olivier Besida, arXiv:1205.0930, 2012.
[9-6]
Superluminal neutrinos and quantum cross-correlation theory of neutrino source location, V. D. Rusov et al., arXiv:1204.5168, 2012.
[9-7]
The superluminal neutrino hypothesis, Robert Ehrlich, arXiv:1204.0484, 2012.
[9-8]
Artificial Wormhole, A. A. Kirillov, E. P. Savelova, arXiv:1204.0351, 2012.
[9-9]
Superluminal Group Velocity of Neutrinos : Review, Development and Problems, Kazuyuki Fujii, (2012), arXiv:1203.6425.
[9-10]
Causality of the Brane Universe - OPERA and ICARUS, R. Parthasarathy, arXiv:1203.6192, 2012.
[9-11]
Remark on 'Pair Creation Constrains Superluminal Neutrino Propagation', Sen Hu, Wei Huang, Si Li, Mu-Lin Yan, arXiv:1203.6026, 2012.
[9-12]
Neutrino superluminality without Cherenkov-like processes in Finslerian special relativity, Zhe Chang, Xin Li, Sai Wang, Phys. Lett. B710 (2012) 430-434, arXiv:1203.5569.
[9-13]
Can gravitation accelerate neutrinos?, Sergio A. Hojman, Felipe A. Asenjo, arXiv:1203.5008, 2012.
[9-14]
More than one ultimate speed and superluminal neutrinos, Jong-Phil Lee, arXiv:1203.4052, 2012.
[9-15]
Uncertainties in Constraints from Pair Production on Superluminal Neutrinos, J. M. Carmona, J. L. Cortes, D. Mazon, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 113001, arXiv:1203.2585.
[9-16]
Neutrino Oscillations and Short Transit Times, L. P. Horwitz, I. Aharonovich, arXiv:1203.1632, 2012.
[9-17]
A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Faster-Than-Light Neutrinos, Eric Sakk, Aradhya P. Kumar, arXiv:1202.5560, 2012.
[9-18]
Electromagnetic waves with nonlinear dispersion law, Pavel Mednis, arXiv:1202.1577, 2012.
[9-19]
Neutrino Velocity and Neutrino Oscillations, H. Minakata, A. Yu. Smirnov, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 113006, arXiv:1202.0953.
[9-20]
Spontaneously broken Lorentz invariance from the Higgs sector and superluminal neutrinos?, F.R. Klinkhamer, arXiv:1202.0531, 2012.
[9-21]
Extended Lorentz code of a superluminal particle, G. Ter-Kazarian, arXiv:1202.0469, 2012.
[9-22]
Third road to the OPERA: a tunnel after all?, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, arXiv:1201.6496, 2012.
[9-23]
Hyper-relativistic mechanics and superluminal particles, Yu.I. Bogdanov, A.Yu. Bogdanov, arXiv:1201.5847, 2012.
[9-24]
Constraining neutrino superluminality from searches for sterile neutrino decays, D. S. Gorbunov, E. Ya. Nugaev, Phys. Lett. B713 (2012) 255-257, arXiv:1201.5363.
[9-25]
Statistical bootstrap simulation of CNGS neutrino departure times, Bernd A. Berg, arXiv:1201.5142, 2012.
[9-26]
General relativity and OPERA Experiment: comment on the paper 'A very simple solution to the OPERA neutrino velocity problem', arXiv:1110.5866, Christian Corda, arXiv:1201.4437, 2012.
[9-27]
Neutrinos with velocities greater than c?, Joseph Schechter, M. Naeem Shahid, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 093008, arXiv:1201.4374.
[9-28]
Cosmological bounds on tachyonic neutrinos, P. C. W. Davies, Ian G. Moss, Astropart. Phys. 35 (2012) 679-680, arXiv:1201.3284.
[9-29]
Stream of dark matter as a possible cause of the opera clocks' synchronization signals delay, Jean Paul Mbelek, arXiv:1201.2638, 2012.
[9-30]
On superluminal fermions within the second derivative equation, S. I. Kruglov, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27 (2012) 1250081, arXiv:1201.2391.
[9-31]
Metric fluctuations, solution to the superluminal neutrino problem?, Emilio Santos, arXiv:1201.2255, 2012.
[9-32]
Superluminal self-interacting neutrino, Ernst Trojan, arXiv:1201.2085, 2012.
[9-33]
Symmetry, causal structure and superluminality in Finsler spacetime, Zhe Chang, Xin Li, Sai Wang, arXiv:1201.1368, 2012.
[9-34]
Wave Packet for Massless Fermions and its Implication to the Superluminal Velocity Statistics of Neutrino, Kelin Wang, Zexian Cao, arXiv:1201.1341, 2012.
[9-35]
On Estimates of Radiation by Superluminal Neutrinos, B.F.L. Ward, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 073007, arXiv:1201.1322.
[9-36]
On determination of the geometric cosmological constant from the OPERA experiment of superluminal neutrinos, Mu-Lin Yan, Sen Hu, Wei Huang, Neng-Chao Xiao, Mod. Phys. Lett. A27 (2012) 1250041, arXiv:1112.6217.
[9-37]
Subluminal OPERA Neutrinos, Ichiro Oda, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27 (2012) 1250033, arXiv:1112.5793.
[9-38]
OPERA Superluminal Neutrinos per Quantum Trajectories, Edward R. Floyd, arXiv:1112.4779, 2011.
[9-39]
Breaking the light speed barrier, O. I. Chashchina, Z. K. Silagadze, (2011), arXiv:1112.4714.
[9-40]
Minimum Length - Maximum Velocity, Boris Panes, Eur. Phys. J. C72 (2012) 1930, arXiv:1112.3753.
[9-41]
The Possible Signals from the D=6 Space-Time, G. Volkov, arXiv:1112.3583, 2011.
[9-42]
Density-Dependent Neutrino Dispersion Relations for OPERA?, Emilio Ciuffoli, Jarah Evslin, Xiaojun Bi, Xinmin Zhang, arXiv:1112.3551, 2011.
[9-43]
The electroweak theory with a priori superluminal neutrinos and its physical consequences, C. A. Dartora, G. G. Cabrera, arXiv:1112.3050, 2011.
[9-44]
Neutrino processes with power law dispersion in the light of OPERA observations, Subhendra Mohanty, Soumya Rao, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 102005, arXiv:1112.2981.
[9-45]
Superluminal neutrino energy spectrum of OPERA and MINOS, Ernst Trojan, arXiv:1112.2689, 2011.
[9-46]
OPERA and the GPS, Lluis Bel, arXiv:1112.2202, 2011.
[9-47]
On the Apparent Superluminal Motion of a Damped Gaussian Pulse, N. Redington, arXiv:1112.1324, 2011.
[9-48]
Model dependence of the bremsstrahlung effects from the superluminal neutrino at OPERA, Fedor Bezrukov, Hyun Min Lee, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 031901, arXiv:1112.1299.
[9-49]
New physics for superluminal particles, S. Hamieh, arXiv:1112.1222, 2011.
[9-50]
Pair Production Constraints on Superluminal Neutrinos Revisited, Stanley J. Brodsky, Susan Gardner, arXiv:1112.1090, 2011.
[9-51]
'OPERA superluminal neutrinos explained by spontaneous emission and stimulated absorption', Rafael Torrealba, arXiv:1112.0815, 2011.
[9-52]
A model of superluminal neutrinos, D. Marfatia, H. Pas, S. Pakvasa, T. J. Weiler, Phys. Lett. B707 (2012) 553-557, arXiv:1112.0527.
[9-53]
Superluminal neutrino speeds from SN 1987A and from OPERA experiment do agree very well, H. Genreith, arXiv:1112.0353, 2011.
[9-54]
Inflationary Cosmology and Superluminal Neutrinos, C. A. G. Almeida, M. A. Anacleto, F. A. Brito, E. Passos, arXiv:1112.0300, 2011.
[9-55]
Constraints on Neutrino Velocities Revisited, Yunjie Huo, Tianjun Li, Yi Liao, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Yonghui Qi, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 034022, arXiv:1112.0264.
[9-56]
Non-Standard Neutrino Propagation and Pion Decay, Massimo Mannarelli, Manimala Mitra, Francesco Lorenzo Villante, Francesco Vissani, JHEP 01 (2012) 136, arXiv:1112.0169.
[9-57]
Multiple Lorentz groups - a toy model for superluminal OPERA neutrinos, Marco Schreck, arXiv:1111.7268, 2011.
[9-58]
Space-Like Motions of Quantum Zero Mass Neutrinos, A. Widom, J. Swain, Y. N. Srivastava, arXiv:1111.7181, 2011.
[9-59]
Reduced Photon Velocities in Agreement with the OPERA Neutrino Experiment, J. D. Franson, arXiv:1111.6986, 2011.
[9-60]
The Price of Neutrino Superluminality continues to rise, Arthur Hebecker, Alexander Knochel, arXiv:1111.6579, 2011.
[9-61]
Use of a physical metric for OPERA experiment, Yukio Tomozawa, arXiv:1111.6463, 2011.
[9-62]
Dispersion Relations Explaining OPERA Data From Deformed Lorentz Transformation, Gang Guo, Xiao-Gang He, arXiv:1111.6330, 2011.
[9-63]
Particle-dependent deformations of Lorentz symmetry, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, Symmetry 4 (2012) 344-378, arXiv:1111.5643.
[9-64]
The OPERA Superluminal Neutrinos from Deformed Lorentz Invariance, Yunjie Huo et al., arXiv:1111.4994, 2011.
[9-65]
Neutrino propagation in noncommutative spacetimes, R. Horvat, A. Ilakovac, P. Schupp, J. Trampetic, J. You, JHEP 04 (2012) 108, arXiv:1111.4951.
[9-66]
Superluminal sterile neutrino in four spacetime dimensions, F. R. Klinkhamer, JETP Lett. 95 (2012) 497, arXiv:1111.4931.
[9-67]
Superluminal Neutrinos from Special Relativity with de Sitter Space-time Symmetry, Mu-Lin Yan, Neng-Chao Xiao, Wei Huang, Mod. Phys. Lett. A27 (2012) 1250076, arXiv:1111.4532.
[9-68]
Tachyonic Majorana neutrinos or neutrino spin-to-orbital angular momentum conversion in OPERA, M. Laveder, F. Tamburini, arXiv:1111.4441, 2011.
[9-69]
Speed of the CERN Neutrinos released on 22.9.2011 - Was stated superluminality due to neglecting General Relativity?, Wolfgang Kundt, arXiv:1111.3888, 2011.
[9-70]
A note on superluminal neutrinos and deformed special relativity, Yi Ling, arXiv:1111.3716, 2011.
[9-71]
Replaying neutrino bremsstrahlung with general dispersion relations, Miao Li, Da Liu, Jun Meng, Tower Wang, Lanjun Zhou, arXiv:1111.3294, 2011.
[9-72]
Can the neutrino speed anomaly be defended?, Jurgen Knobloch, arXiv:1111.3284, 2011.
[9-73]
A short comment on OPERA neutrino velocity measuerement, Pierluigi Frabetti, Leonid Prokopievich Cernenko, arXiv:1111.3116, 2011.
[9-74]
Olber's Paradox for Superluminal Neutrinos: Constraining ExtremeNeutrino Speeds at TeV-ZeV Energies with the Diffuse Neutrino Background, Brian C. Lacki, JCAP 1201 (2012) 054, arXiv:1111.3045.
[9-75]
Constraint on super-luminal neutrinos from vacuum Cerenkov processes, Subhendra Mohanty, Soumya Rao, arXiv:1111.2725, 2011.
[9-76]
Opera's neutrinos and the Robertson test theory of the Lorentz transformations, Jose G. Vargas, arXiv:1111.2271, 2011.
[9-77]
Common-View Mode Synchronization as a source of error in Measurement of Time of Flight of neutrinos at the CERN-LNGS experiment, Satish Ramakrishna, arXiv:1111.1922, 2011.
[9-78]
An Interpretation of 'Superluminal Neutrino' Compatible with Relativity in the Framework of Standard Model, Noboru Nakanishi, arXiv:1111.1760, 2011.
[9-79]
On the rationality of the OPERA experiment as a signal of Lorentz violation, Zhou Lingli, Bo-Qiang Ma, arXiv:1111.1574, 2011.
[9-80]
Weakness of accelerator bounds on electron superluminality without a preferred frame, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, Giulia Gubitosi, Niccolo Loret, Flavio Mercati, Giacomo Rosati, (2011), arXiv:1111.0993.
[9-81]
Relativity accommodates superluminal mean velocities, B. Alles, (2011), arXiv:1111.0805.
[9-82]
Testing the Special Relativity Theory with Neutrino interactions, Paolo Walter Cattaneo, Europhys. Lett. 99 (2012) 51001, arXiv:1111.0785.
[9-83]
Statistical model uncertainty and OPERA-like time-of-flight measurements, Oliver Riordan, Alex Selby, arXiv:1111.0282, 2011.
[9-84]
Neutrino speed and temperature, Marco Matone, arXiv:1111.0270, 2011.
[9-85]
Superluminal neutrinos from Lorentz-violating dimension-5 operators, C. A. G. Almeida, M. A. Anacleto, F. A. Brito, E. Passos, Eur. Phys. J. C72 (2012) 1855, arXiv:1111.0093.
[9-86]
Can be OPERA neutrino as tachyonic chameleon?, Chao-Jun Feng, Xin-Zhou Li, Dao-Jun Liu, arXiv:1110.6697, 2011.
[9-87]
OPERA superluminal neutrinos and Kinematics in Finsler spacetime, Zhe Chang, Xin Li, Sai Wang, Mod. Phys. Lett. 27 (2012) 1250058, arXiv:1110.6673.
[9-88]
Fitting to data of superluminal neutrinos with phenomenological scenarios, Li-Ang Zhao, Xin Zhang, arXiv:1110.6577, 2011.
[9-89]
A Resolution to Cherenkov-like Radiation of OPERA Neutrinos, Ichiro Oda, Hajime Taira, arXiv:1110.6571, 2011.
[9-90]
Possible Origin Of The Neutrino Speed Anomaly Reported By OPERA, Shlomo Dado, Arnon Dar, arXiv:1110.6408, 2011.
[9-91]
Comment on OPERA neutrino velocity measurement, Pierluigi Frabetti, Leonid Chernenko, arXiv:1110.6291, 2011.
[9-92]
A very simple solution to the OPERA neutrino velocity problem, J. Manuel Garcia-Islas, arXiv:1110.5866, 2011.
[9-93]
Group velocity of neutrino waves, D. Indumathi, Romesh K. Kaul, M.V.N. Murthy, G. Rajasekaran, Phys. Lett. B709 (2012) 413-418, arXiv:1110.5453.
[9-94]
About Statistical Questions Involved in the Data Analysis of the OPERA Experiment, H. Bergeron, arXiv:1110.5275, 2011.
[9-95]
The Mass Spectrum of Neutrinos, E. Capelas de Oliveira, W. A. Rodrigues Jr., J. Vaz Jr, arXiv:1110.5040, 2011.
[9-96]
Sterile Neutrino Production Through a Matter Effect Enhancement at Long Baselines, Joseph Bramante, arXiv:1110.4871, 2011.
[9-97]
Some light on 'Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam', I. Area, X. Prado, arXiv:1110.4805, 2011.
[9-98]
Narrowing of the neutrino light curve in the OPERA experiment, Maurice H.P.M. van Putten, arXiv:1110.4781, 2011.
[9-99]
Extra Time Like Dimensions, Superluminal Motion, and Dark Matter, Matej Pavsic, arXiv:1110.4754, 2011.
[9-100]
On the generality of the Cohen and Glashow constraints on the neutrino velocity, F. L. Villante, F. Vissani, arXiv:1110.4591, 2011.
[9-101]
Superluminal Neutrinos in the Minimal Standard Model Extension, Nan Qin, Bo-Qiang Ma, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27 (2012) 1250045, arXiv:1110.4443.
[9-102]
Special relativity is consistent with the opera measurements of the neutrino 'velocity', Jean-Paul Mbelek, arXiv:1110.4095, 2011.
[9-103]
A potential issue for the OPERA neutrino velocity measurement, Antonio Palazzo, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A691 (2012) 123-128, arXiv:1110.3783.
[9-104]
Could the OPERA setup send a bit of information faster than light?, F. Giacosa, P. Kovacs S. Lottini, arXiv:1110.3642, 2011.
[9-105]
Does OPERA probe that the Earth is moving?, Dominique Monderen, arXiv:1110.3581, 2011.
[9-106]
Superluminal neutrinos and the Standard Model, Jorge Alfaro, arXiv:1110.3540, 2011.
[9-107]
Background Dependent Lorentz Violation: Natural Solutions to the Theoretical Challenges of the OPERA Experiment, Tianjun Li, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, Eur. Phys. J. C72 (2012) 2044, arXiv:1110.3451.
[9-108]
Slow photon delay and the neutrino velocity, Gustavo R. Gonzalez-Martin, arXiv:1110.3287, 2011.
[9-109]
Off-shell OPERA neutrinos, Tim R. Morris, J. Phys. G (2012) Nucl. Part. Phys.39:045010, arXiv:1110.3266.
[9-110]
Wave packet distortion and superluminal neutrinos, M. De Sanctis, arXiv:1110.3071, 2011.
[9-111]
Three errors in the article:' The OPERA neutrino velocity result and the synchronisation of clocks, ', Olivier Besida, arXiv:1110.2909, 2011.
[9-112]
Can apparent superluminal neutrino speeds be explained as a quantum weak measurement?, M. V. Berry, N. Brunner, S. Popescu, P. Shukla, J. Phys. A (2011) Math. Theor. 44, arXiv:1110.2832.
[9-113]
Two exercises about neutrino departure times at CERN, Bernd A. Berg, Peter Hoeflich, arXiv:1110.2814, 2011.
[9-114]
Times of Flight between a Source and a Detector observed from a GPS satelite, Ronald A.J. van Elburg, arXiv:1110.2685, 2011.
[9-115]
Superluminal group velocity through maximal neutrino oscillations, Tim R. Morris, J. Phys. G39 (2012) 045010, arXiv:1110.2463.
[9-116]
Comment on : 'Neutrino Velocity Anomalies: A Resolution without a Revolution', Denis Bernard, arXiv:1110.2321, 2011.
[9-117]
Superluminal Neutrinos in a Pseudoscalar Potential, Sarira Sahu, Bing Zhang, arXiv:1110.2236, 2011.
[9-118]
Superluminal Neutrinos from OPERA Experiment and Weyl Equation, E. Capelas de Oliveira, W. A. Rodrigues Jr., J. Vaz Jr, arXiv:1110.2219, 2011.
[9-119]
Probing Superluminal Neutrinos Via Refraction, Albert Stebbins, arXiv:1110.2170, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrino, flavor, and relativity, F.R. Klinkhamer, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 016011, arXiv:1110.2146.
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Consequences of Neutrino Lorentz Violation For Leptonic Meson Decays, Brett Altschul, Phys. Rev. D84 (2011) 091902, arXiv:1110.2123.
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Did Dark Gravity Theories Predict Opera Superluminal Neutrinos?, Frederic Henry-Couannier, arXiv:1110.2060, 2011.
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Interpretation of the supraluminous neutrinos by a theory of ether, Thierry Delort, arXiv:1110.2020, 2011.
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Dirac equation for superluminal neutrinos and mass matrix, Chang-Yu Zhu, H. Fan, Shi-Ping Ding, arXiv:1110.1943, 2011.
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Superluminal motion and Lorentzian symmetry breaking and repairing in two-metric theories, Mikhail G. Ivanov, arXiv:1110.1875, 2011.
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OPERA data and The Equivalence Postulate of Quantum Mechanics, Alon E. Faraggi, Eur. Phys. J. C72 (2012) 1944, arXiv:1110.1857.
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Dark Medium Modified Dispersion Relations, Isabella Masina, Francesco Sannino, arXiv:1110.1853, 2011.
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Apparent Superluminal Muon-neutrino Velocity as a Manifestation of Weak Value, Shogo Tanimura, arXiv:1110.1790, 2011.
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Bimetric Relativity and the Opera Neutrino Experiment, J. W. Moffat, arXiv:1110.1330, 2011.
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Do high-energy neutrinos travel faster than photons in a discrete space-time?, She-Sheng Xue, Phys. Lett. B706 (2011) 213-218, arXiv:1110.1317.
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Superluminal group velocity of neutrinos, Antonio Mecozzi, Marco Bellini, arXiv:1110.1253, 2011.
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Probing neutrino masses with neutrino-speed experiments, D. V. Ahluwalia, S. P. Horvath, D. Schritt, arXiv:1110.1162, 2011.
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Neutrino Velocity Anomalies: A Resolution without a Revolution, Dmitry V. Naumov, Vadim A. Naumov, arXiv:1110.0989, 2011.
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Comment on Jerrold Franklin, Superluminal neutrinos, arXiv:1110.0304, Jacques Goldberg, arXiv:1110.0970, 2011.
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Superluminal Neutrinos from Gauge Field, Ichiro Oda, Hajime Taira, Mod. Phys. Lett. A26 (2011) 2917-2921, arXiv:1110.0931.
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Could the dynamical Lorentz symmetry breaking induce the superluminal neutrinos?, Shin'ichi Nojiri, Sergei D. Odintsov, Eur. Phys. J. C71 (2011) 1801, arXiv:1110.0889.
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Analysis OPERA superluminal muonic neutrino experiment, Xiang-Yao Wu, Xiao-Jing Liu, Nuo Ba, Bo-Jun Zhang, Yan Wang, arXiv:1110.0882, 2011.
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Testing the OPERA Superluminal Neutrino Anomaly at the LHC, Hooman Davoudiasl, Thomas G. Rizzo, Phys. Rev. D84 (2011) 091903, arXiv:1110.0821.
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Violations of Lorentz invariance in the neutrino sector after OPERA, Luca Maccione, Stefano Liberati, David M. Mattingly, arXiv:1110.0783, 2011.
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Apparent superluminal neutrino propagation caused by nonlinear coherent interactions in matter, Ram Brustein, Dmitri Semikoz, Phys. Lett. B706 (2012) 462-464, arXiv:1110.0762.
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Thermal expansion of the earth and the speed of neutrinos, C. S. Unnikrishnan, arXiv:1110.0755, 2011.
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Resolving 7 problems with OPERA's superluminal neutrino experiment, Robert Ehrlich, arXiv:1110.0736, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrinos in Horava-Lifshitz gravity, Emmanuel N. Saridakis, arXiv:1110.0697, 2011.
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Super-Luminal Effects for Finsler Branes as a Way to Preserve the Paradigm of Relativity Theories, Sergiu I. Vacaru, arXiv:1110.0675, 2011.
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A classical model explaining the OPERA velocity paradox, Boguslaw Broda, arXiv:1110.0644, 2011.
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Is there a neutrino speed anomaly?, Juergen Knobloch, arXiv:1110.0595, 2011.
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OPERA neutrinos and relativity, G. Amelino-Camelia, L. Freidel, J. Kowalski-Glikman, L. Smolin, Mod. Phys. Lett. A, Vol. 27, No. 10 (2012) 1250063, arXiv:1110.0521.
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Superluminal Dark Neutrinos, Irina Ya. Aref'eva, Igor V. Volovich, arXiv:1110.0456, 2011.
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Background Dependent Lorentz Violation from String Theory, Tianjun Li, Dimitri V. Nanopoulos, arXiv:1110.0451, 2011.
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Superluminal Neutrinos and Monopoles, Peng Wang, Houwen Wu, Haitang Yang, arXiv:1110.0449, 2011.
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Constraints from Neutrino Decay on Superluminal Velocities, J.M. Carmona, J.L. Cortes, arXiv:1110.0430, 2011.
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How large is the fraction of superluminal neutrinos at OPERA?, Walter Winter, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 017301, arXiv:1110.0424.
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The influence of Earth rotation in neutrino speed measurements between CERN and the OPERA detector, Markus G. Kuhn, arXiv:1110.0392, 2011.
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OPERA, SN1987a and energy dependence of superluminal neutrino velocity, N.D. Hari Dass, arXiv:1110.0351, 2011.
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OPERA Collaboration have observed phase speed of neutrino wave function, Shi-Yuan Li, arXiv:1110.0302, 2011.
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OPERA neutrinos and superluminal helical motion, E. Canessa, arXiv:1110.0245, 2011.
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Using an Einstein's idea to explain OPERA faster than light neutrinos, Rafael Torrealba, arXiv:1110.0243, 2011.
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Superluminal Neutrinos at OPERA Confront Pion Decay Kinematics, R. Cowsik, S. Nussinov, U. Sarkar, (2011), arXiv:1110.0241.
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A simple explanation of OPERA results without strange physics, Gilles Henri, arXiv:1110.0239, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrinos, Jerrold Franklin, arXiv:1110.0234, 2011.
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Limiting velocities as running parameters and superluminal neutrinos, Mohamed M. Anber, John F. Donoghue, arXiv:1110.0132, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrinos and domain walls, Peng Wang, Houwen Wu, Haitang Yang, arXiv:1109.6930, 2011.
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Constraints and tests of the superluminal neutrinos at OPERA, Xiao-Jun Bi, Peng-Fei Yin, Zhao-Huan Yu, Qiang Yuan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107 (2011) 241802, arXiv:1109.6667.
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OPERA and a Neutrino Dark Energy Model, Emilio Ciuffoli, Jarah Evslin, Jie Liu, Xinmin Zhang, arXiv:1109.6641, 2011.
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Superluminal Neutrinos and a Curious Phenomenon in the Relativistic Quantum Hamilton-Jacobi Equation, Marco Matone, arXiv:1109.6631, 2011.
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Astrophysical consequences of the OPERA superluminal neutrino, Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, arXiv:1109.6630, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrino and spontaneous breaking of Lorentz invariance, F.R. Klinkhamer, G.E. Volovik, Pisma Zh. Eksp. Teor. Fiz. 94 (2011) 731, arXiv:1109.6624.
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New Constraints on Neutrino Velocities, Andrew G. Cohen, Sheldon L. Glashow, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107 (2011) 181803, arXiv:1109.6562.
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Superluminal Neutrinos without Revolution, Susan Gardner, arXiv:1109.6520, 2011.
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Neutrino Shortcuts in Spacetime, A. Nicolaidis, Mod. Phys. Lett. A27 (2012) 1250127, arXiv:1109.6354.
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Relativistic Superluminal Neutrinos, Alex Kehagias, arXiv:1109.6312, 2011.
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Supersonic Velocities in Noncommutative Acoustic Black Holes, M. A. Anacleto, F.A. Brito, E. Passos, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 025013, arXiv:1109.6298.
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On the Possibility of Superluminal Neutrino Propagation, Jean Alexandre, John Ellis, Nick E. Mavromatos, Phys. Lett. B706 (2012) 456-461, arXiv:1109.6296.
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Apparent faster than light propagation from light sterile neutrinos, Steen Hannestad, Martin S. Sloth, arXiv:1109.6282, 2011.
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Environmental fifth-force hypothesis for the OPERA superluminal neutrino phenomenology: constraints from orbital motions around the Earth, Lorenzo Iorio, JHEP 05 (2012) 73, arXiv:1109.6249.
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Comparison of muon and neutrino times from decays of mesons in the atmosphere, T. Montaruli, F. Ronga, arXiv:1109.6238, 2011.
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Superluminal neutrinos and the tachyon's stability in the rotating Universe, R. A. Konoplya, (2011), arXiv:1109.6215.
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The 2d Gross-Neveu Model for Pseudovector Fermions and Tachyonic Mass Generation, V.K. Oikonomou, arXiv:1109.6170, 2011.
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The OPERA neutrino velocity result and the synchronisation of clocks, Carlo R. Contaldi, arXiv:1109.6160, 2011.
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Is OPERA Neutrino Superluminal Propagation similar to Gain-Assisted Superluminal Light Propagation, Vladan Pankovic, arXiv:1109.6121, 2011.
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Neutrino speed anomaly as a signal of Lorentz violation, Zhou Lingli, Bo-Qiang Ma, arXiv:1109.6097, 2011.
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Neutrino oscillations and superluminal propagation, Joao Magueijo, arXiv:1109.6055, 2011.
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Beyond the speed of light on Finsler spacetimes, Pfeifer, Christian, Wohlfarth, Mattias N.R., Phys. Lett. B712 (2012) 284-288, arXiv:1109.6005.
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Mass-dependent Lorentz Violation and Neutrino Velocity, Miao Li, Tower Wang, arXiv:1109.5924, 2011.
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The Hypothesis of Superluminal Neutrinos: comparing OPERA with other Data, Alessandro Drago, Isabella Masina, Giuseppe Pagliara, Raffaele Tripiccione, Europhys. Lett. 97 (2012) 21002, arXiv:1109.5917.
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Superluminal neutrinos at the OPERA?, Robert B. Mann, Utpal Sarkar, arXiv:1109.5749, 2011.
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A possible statistical mechanism of anomalous neutrino velocity in OPERA experiment?, Robert Alicki, arXiv:1109.5727, 2011.
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A comment on the OPERA result and CPT, Benjamin Koch, arXiv:1109.5721, 2011.
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Price for Environmental Neutrino-Superluminality, Gia Dvali, Alexander Vikman, JHEP 02 (2012) 134, arXiv:1109.5685.
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Interpreting OPERA results on superluminal neutrino, Gian F. Giudice, Sergey Sibiryakov, Alessandro Strumia, Nucl. Phys. B861 (2012) 1-16, arXiv:1109.5682.
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OPERA's superluminal muon-neutrino velocity and an FPS-type model of Lorentz violation, F.R. Klinkhamer, arXiv:1109.5671, 2011.
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Special Theory of Super Relativity and a Possibility to Exceed the Speed of Light, V. I. Klyukhin, arXiv:1109.5651, 2011.
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Comments on the recent velocity measurement of the muon neutrinos by the OPERA Collaboration, Jacek Ciborowski, Jakub Rembielinski, arXiv:1109.5599, 2011.
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Apparent Lorentz violation with superluminal Majorana neutrinos at OPERA?, F. Tamburini, M. Laveder, Phys. Scripta 85 (2012) 035101, arXiv:1109.5445.
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The neutrino velocity anomaly as an explanation of the missing observation of neutrinos in coincidence with GRB, D. Autiero, P. Migliozzi, A. Russo, JCAP 1111 (2011) 026, arXiv:1109.5378.
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Inconsistence of super-luminal Opera neutrino speed with SN1987A neutrinos burst and with flavor neutrino mixing, D. Fargion, J. Phys. G39 (2012) 085002, arXiv:1109.5368.
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Fast Light, Fast Neutrinos?, Kevin Cahill, arXiv:1109.5357, 2011.
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OPERA-reassessing data on the energy dependence of the speed of neutrinos, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia et al., Int. J. Mod. Phys. D20 (2011) 2623-2640, arXiv:1109.5172.
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Superluminal neutrinos in long baseline experiments and SN1987a, Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Aldo Deandrea, Luca Panizzi, JHEP11 (2011) 137, arXiv:1109.4980.
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Superluminal velocities and nonlocality in relativistic mechanics with scalar potential, H. Nikolic, arXiv:1006.1986, 2010.


10 - SuperLuminal Neutrino - Conference Proceedings

[10-1]
An Infinitesimally Superluminal Neutrino is Left-Handed, Conserves Lepton Number and Solves the Autobahn Paradox (Illustrative Discussion), U. D. Jentschura, B. J. Wundt, arXiv:1206.6342, 2012. First International Conference on Logic and Relativity, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, September 2012, Budapest, Hungary.
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Time-Shift in the OPERA set-up: proof against superluminal neutrinos without the need of knowing the CERN-LNGS distance and Reminiscences on the origin of the Gran Sasso Lab, of the 3rd neutrino and of the 'Teramo Anomaly', Antonino Zichichi, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27 (2012) 1230017, arXiv:1206.2840. Gran Sasso mini-Workshop on LNGS results on the neutrino velocity topic, Gran Sasso, Italy, 28 March 2012.
[10-3]
Results of Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments Based on the Consideration of Frameworks, Md. Farid Ahmed, arXiv:1202.5549, 2012. International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (ICNPA: 2012), Amsterdam May 2012.
[10-4]
Environment-Dependent Fundamental Physical Constants, Hidezumi Terazawa, arXiv:1202.1859, 2012. Eighth Boyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky International Conference 'Methods of Non-Euclidean Geometry in Modern Physics and Mathematics', Uzhgorod, Ukraine, May 22-25, 2012.
[10-5]
What if Superluminal Neutrinos Exist but not Higgs Bosons?, Burra G.Sidharth, arXiv:1201.0915, 2012. Bhagavantam Memorial Lecture, A.P.Academy of Sciences.
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The Phantom of the OPERA: Superluminal Neutrinos, Bo-Qiang Ma, Mod. Phys. Lett. 27 (2012) 1230005, arXiv:1111.7050.
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Challenges Confronting Superluminal Neutrino Models, Jarah Evslin, Int J Mod Phys Conf SERIES10 (2012) 159-168, arXiv:1111.0733. Oct 30th CosPA2011.
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Very High Energy Considerations, Burra G.Sidharth, arXiv:1110.0929, 2011. 12th Front.Fund.Phys. Symposium, University of Udine, 2011.


11 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance

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Testing Lorentz Invariance with neutrino burst from supernova neutronization, Sovan Chakraborty, Alessandro Mirizzi, Gunter Sigl, arXiv:1211.7069, 2012.
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Lorentz violation, gravitomagnetism, and intrinsic spin, Jay D. Tasson, arXiv:1211.4850, 2012.
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Trivial Lorentz Violation and Neutrino Oscillations, Kimihide Nishimura, arXiv:1211.1038, 2012.
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Implications of ultra-high energy neutrino flux constraints for Lorentz-invariance violating cosmogenic neutrinos, P. W. Gorham et al., Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 103006, arXiv:1207.6425.
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Tests of Lorentz and CPT violation with MiniBooNE neutrino oscillation excesses, Teppei Katori (MiniBooNE), Mod. Phys. Lett. A27 (2012) 1230024, arXiv:1206.6915.
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Cosmological constraints on Lorentz invariance violation in the neutrino sector, Zong-Kuan Guo, Qing-Guo Huang, Rong-Gen Cai, Yuan-Zhong Zhang, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 065004, arXiv:1206.5588.
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Neutrino Velocity and the Variability of Fundamental Constants, Victor Flambaum, Maxim Pospelov, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 107502, arXiv:1206.1031.
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Testing Violations of Lorentz Invariance with Cosmic-Rays, R. Cowsik, T. Madziwa-Nussinov, S. Nussinov, U. Sarkar, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 045024, arXiv:1206.0713.
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High energy neutrino oscillation at the presence of the Lorentz Invariance Violation, Iman Motie, She-Sheng Xue, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A27 (2012) 1250104, arXiv:1206.0709.
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Lorentz Invariance Violation and Generalized Uncertainty Principle, A. Tawfik, H. Magdy, A. Farag Ali, arXiv:1205.5998, 2012.
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On calculation of cross sections in Lorentz violating theories, Grigory Rubtsov, Petr Satunin, Sergey Sibiryakov, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 085012, arXiv:1204.5782.
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CPT, Lorentz invariance, mass differences, and charge non-conservation, A. D. Dolgov, V. A. Novikov, JETP Lett. 95 (2012) 594-597, arXiv:1204.5612.
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Lorentz invariance violation and electromagnetic field in an intrinsically anisotropic spacetime, Zhe Chang, Sai Wang, Eur. Phys. J. C72 (2012) 2165, arXiv:1204.2478.
[11-14]
Lorentz invariant CPT violation: Particle and antiparticle mass splitting, Masud Chaichian, Kazuo Fujikawa, Anca Tureanu, Phys. Lett. B712 (2012) 115-118, arXiv:1203.0267.
[11-15]
Lorentz Invariance Violation in Modified Gravity, Philippe Brax, Phys. Lett. B712 (2012) 155-160, arXiv:1202.0740.
[11-16]
Neutrinos with Lorentz-violating operators of arbitrary dimension, Alan Kostelecky, Matthew Mewes, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 096005, arXiv:1112.6395.
[11-17]
Inertial frames without the relativity principle, Valentina Baccetti, Kyle Tate, Matt Visser, JHEP 05 (2012) 119, arXiv:1112.1466.
[11-18]
Lorentz violating kinematics: Threshold theorems, Valentina Baccetti, Kyle Tate, Matt Visser, JHEP 03 (2012) 087, arXiv:1111.6340.
[11-19]
Probing Lorentz Violation in Neutrino Propagation from a Core-Collapse Supernova, John Ellis, Hans-Thomas Janka, Nikolaos E. Mavromatos, Alexander S. Sakharov, Edward K. G. Sarkisyan, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 045032, arXiv:1110.4848.
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Lorentz-violating dynamics in the pre-Planckian Universe, Giovanni Salesi, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 063502, arXiv:1110.2234.
[11-21]
Lorentz Violation of the Photon Sector in Two Models, Zhou Lingli, Bo-Qiang Ma, arXiv:1110.1850, 2011.
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Lorentz- and CPT-violating models for neutrino oscillations, Jorge S. Diaz, Alan Kostelecky, Phys. Rev. D85 (2012) 016013, arXiv:1108.1799.
[11-23]
Lorentz noninvariant oscillations of massless neutrinos are excluded, Vernon Barger, Jiajun Liao, Danny Marfatia, Kerry Whisnant, Phys. Rev. D84 (2011) 056014, arXiv:1106.6023.
[11-24]
MINOS Anomaly as A Signal of Lorentz Violation, Chun Liu, Jin-tao Tian, Zhen-hua Zhao, Physics Letters B702 (2011) 154-157, arXiv:1106.5927.
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Cavity Bounds on Higher-Order Lorentz-Violating Coefficients, Stephen Parker, Matthew Mewes, Michael Tobar, Paul Stanwix, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106 (2011) 180401, arXiv:1102.0081.
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Lorentz Invariance Violation and Chemical Composition of Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays, Andrey Saveliev, Luca Maccione, Guenter Sigl, JCAP 1103 (2011) 046, arXiv:1101.2903.
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Vacuum Cherenkov Radiation In Quantum Electrodynamics With High-Energy Lorentz Violation, Damiano Anselmi, Martina Taiuti, Phys. Rev. D83 (2011) 056010, arXiv:1101.2019.
[11-28]
Reliable Bounds on Nonrenormalizable Isotropic Lorentz and CPT Violation in QED, Brett Altschul, (2010), arXiv:1010.2779.
[11-29]
Vector Superfields and Lorentz Violation, Don Colladay, Patrick McDonald, Phys. Rev. D83 (2011) 025021, arXiv:1010.1781.
[11-30]
Dynamical mass generation in Lorentz-violating QED, Jean Alexandre, arXiv:1009.5834, 2010.
[11-31]
Lorentz Invariance Violation Matrix from a General Principle, Lingli, Zhou, Ma, Bo-Qiang, Mod. Phys. Lett. A25 (2010) 2489-2499, arXiv:1009.1331.
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Classical kinematics for Lorentz violation, Alan Kostelecky, Neil Russell, Phys. Lett. B693 (2010) 443-447, arXiv:1008.5062.
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Testing Lorentz Invariance with Neutrinos from Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions, Sean T. Scully, Floyd W. Stecker, Astropart. Phys. 34 (2011) 575-580, arXiv:1008.4034.
[11-34]
Lorentz Violation in Warped Extra Dimensions, Thomas G. Rizzo, JHEP 11 (2010) 156, arXiv:1008.0380.
[11-35]
Laboratory Bounds on Electron Lorentz Violation, Brett Altschul, Phys. Rev. D82 (2010) 016002, arXiv:1005.2994.
[11-36]
Noncommutativity and Lorentz Violation in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, P. Castorina, A. Iorio, D. Zappala, Eur. Phys. J. C71 (2011) 1653, arXiv:1004.2454.
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Bounds on an energy-dependent and observer-independent speed of light from violations of locality, Sabine Hossenfelder, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104 (2010) 140402, arXiv:1004.0418.
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Lorentz Violation from the Higgs Portal, Gian F. Giudice, Martti Raidal, Alessandro Strumia, Phys. Lett. B690 (2010) 272-279, arXiv:1003.2364.
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Factoring the Dispersion Relation in the Presence of Lorentz Violation, Don Colladay, Patrick McDonald, David Mullins, J. Phys. A43 (2010) 275202, arXiv:1001.3839.
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Possible cosmogenic neutrino constraints on Planck-scale Lorentz violation, David M. Mattingly, Luca Maccione, Matteo Galaverni, Stefano Liberati, Guenter Sigl, JCAP 1002 (2010) 007, arXiv:0911.0521.
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Neutrino Oscillations, Lorentz/CPT Violation, and Dark Energy, Shin'ichiro Ando, Marc Kamionkowski, Irina Mocioiu, Phys. Rev. D80 (2009) 123522, arXiv:0910.4391.
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Lorentz violation in three-family neutrino oscillation, Shimin Yang, Bo-Qiang Ma, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A24 (2009) 5861-5876, arXiv:0910.0897.
[11-43]
Lorentz Violation on The Primordial Baryogenesis, Jorge Alfaro, Pablo Gonzalez, arXiv:0909.3883, 2009.
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Perturbative Lorentz and CPT violation for neutrino and antineutrino oscillations, Diaz, Jorge S., Kostelecky, Alan, Mewes, Matthew, Phys. Rev. D80 (2009) 076007, arXiv:0908.1401.
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Anomalous positron excess from Lorentz-violating QED, Alexander A. Andrianov, Domenec Espriu, Paola Giacconi, Roberto Soldati, JHEP 09 (2009) 057, arXiv:0907.3709.
[11-46]
Induced Lorentz and CPT invariance violations in QED, Alfaro, J., Andrianov, A. A., Cambiaso, M., Giacconi, P., Soldati, R., Int. J. Mod. Phys. A25 (2010) 3271-3306, arXiv:0904.3557.
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Ultrahigh-Energy Photons as a Probe of Nearby Transient Ultrahigh-Energy Cosmic-Ray Sources and Possible Lorentz-Invariance Violation, Kohta Murase, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103 (2009) 081102, arXiv:0904.2087.
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Particle-accelerator constraints on isotropic modifications of the speed of light, Michael A. Hohensee, Ralf Lehnert, David F. Phillips, Ronald L. Walsworth, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102 (2009) 170402, arXiv:0904.2031.
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Standard Model Without Elementary Scalars And High Energy Lorentz Violation, Damiano Anselmi, Eur. Phys. J. C65 (2010) 523-536, arXiv:0904.1849.
[11-50]
One-Loop Renormalization of the Electroweak Sector with Lorentz Violation, Don Colladay, Patrick McDonald, Phys. Rev. D79 (2009) 125019, arXiv:0904.1219.
[11-51]
Lorentz Violation and Alpha-Decay, Brett Altschul, Phys. Rev. D79 (2009) 016004, arXiv:0812.2236.
[11-52]
Instabilities in the Aether, Sean M. Carroll, Timothy R. Dulaney, Moira I. Gresham, Heywood Tam, Phys. Rev. D79 (2009) 065011, arXiv:0812.1049.
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Testing Lorentz Invariance with Ultra High Energy Cosmic Ray Spectrum, Bi, Xiao-Jun, Cao, Zhen, Li, Ye, Yuan, Qiang, Phys. Rev. D79 (2009) 083015, arXiv:0812.0121.
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New two-sided bound on the isotropic Lorentz-violating parameter of modified-Maxwell theory, F.R. Klinkhamer, M. Schreck, Phys. Rev. D78 (2008) 085026, arXiv:0809.3217.
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Astrophysical Tests of Lorentz and CPT Violation with Photons, Kostelecky, Alan, Mewes, Matthew, Astrophys. J. 689 (2008) L1, arXiv:0809.2846.
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Atomic and optical tests of Lorentz symmetry, Neil Russell, Phys. Scripta 78 (2008) 038101, arXiv:0807.1998.
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Cosmic Rays and the Search for a Lorentz Invariance Violation, Wolfgang Bietenholz, Phys. Rept. 505 (2011) 145-185, arXiv:0806.3713.
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Lorentz violation dispersion relation and its application, Zhi Xiao, Bo-Qiang Ma, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A24 (2009) 1359-1381, arXiv:0805.2012.
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Probes of Lorentz Violation in Neutrino Propagation, Ellis, John, Harries, Nicholas, Meregaglia, Anselmo, Rubbia, Andre, Sakharov, Alexander, Phys. Rev. D78 (2008) 033013, arXiv:0805.0253.
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Signals of CPT Violation and Non-Locality in Future Neutrino Oscillation Experiments, S. Antusch, E. Fernandez-Martinez, Phys. Lett. B665 (2008) 190-196, arXiv:0804.2820.
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Lorentz symmetry violation and the results of the AUGER experiment, Gonzalez-Mestres, Luis, arXiv:0802.2536, 2008.
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Lorentz violating extension of the Standard Model and the \beta-decay end-point, Bernardini, Alex E., Bertolami, O., Phys. Rev. D77 (2008) 085032, arXiv:0802.2199.
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Probing Nonstandard Neutrino Physics by Two Identical Detectors with Different Baselines, Ribeiro, Nei Cipriano et al., Phys. Rev. D77 (2008) 073007, arXiv:0712.4314.
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Astrophysical Limits on Lorentz Violation for Pions, Brett Altschul, Phys. Rev. D77 (2008) 105018, arXiv:0712.1579.
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Probing Lorentz invariance violation in atmospheric neutrino oscillations with a neutrino telescope, Dean Morgan, Elizabeth Winstanley, Jurgen Brunner, Lee F. Thompson, arXiv:0705.1897, 2007.
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Astrophysical Limits on Lorentz Violation for All Charged Species, Brett Altschul, Astropart. Phys. 28 (2007) 380-384, arXiv:hep-ph/0610324.
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Limits on Neutron Lorentz Violation from Pulsar Timing, B. Altschul, Phys. Rev. D75 (2007) 023001, arXiv:hep-ph/0608094.
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Violation of CPT and Lorentz Invariance, Neutrino Oscillation and the Early Universe, P. Arias et al., Phys. Lett. B650 (2007) 401-406, arXiv:hep-ph/0608007.
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Gamma Ray Burst Constraints on Ultraviolet Lorentz Invariance Violation, Tina Kahniashvili, Grigol Gogoberidze, Bharat Ratra, Phys. Lett. B643 (2006) 81-85, arXiv:astro-ph/0607055.
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Lorentz Violating Inflation, Sugumi Kanno, Jiro Soda, Phys. Rev. D74 (2006) 063505, arXiv:hep-th/0604192.
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Spontaneous breaking of Lorentz invariance, black holes and perpetuum mobile of the 2nd kind, S.L. Dubovsky, S.M. Sibiryakov, Phys. Lett. B638 (2006) 509-514, arXiv:hep-th/0603158.
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Limits on Lorentz Violation from Synchrotron and Inverse Compton Sources, B. Altschul, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006) 201101, arXiv:hep-ph/0603138.
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Signals for Lorentz Violation in Post-Newtonian Gravity, Quentin G. Bailey, Alan Kostelecky, Phys. Rev. D74 (2006) 045001, arXiv:gr-qc/0603030.
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A Three-Flavor, Lorentz-Violating Solution to the LSND Anomaly, Andre de Gouvea, Yuval Grossman, Phys. Rev. D74 (2006) 093008, arXiv:hep-ph/0602237.
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GRB 051221A and Tests of Lorentz Symmetry, Maria Rodriguez Martinez, Tsvi Piran, Yonatan Oren, JCAP 0605 (2006) 017, arXiv:astro-ph/0601556.
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Constraining Lorentz violations with Gamma Ray Bursts, Maria Rodriguez Martinez, Tsvi Piran, JCAP 0604 (2006) 006, arXiv:astro-ph/0601219.
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Radiative Effects in the Standard Model Extension, V. Ch. Zhukovsky, A. E. Lobanov, E. M. Murchikova, Phys. Rev. D73 (2006) 065016, arXiv:hep-ph/0510391.
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Ultraviolet modified photons and anisotropies in the cosmic microwave background radiation, J. Gamboa, J. Lopez-Sarrion, A. P. Polychronakos, Phys. Lett. B634 (2006) 471, arXiv:hep-ph/0510113.
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Models of Baryogenesis via Spontaneous Lorentz Violation, Sean M. Carroll, Jing Shu, Phys. Rev. D73 (2006) 103515, arXiv:hep-ph/0510081.
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Lorentz-violating brane worlds and cosmological perturbations, M.V. Libanov, V.A. Rubakov, Phys. Rev. D72 (2005) 123503, arXiv:hep-ph/0509148.
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Baryon asymmetry in the universe resulting from Lorentz violation, Di Grezia, E., Esposito, S., Salesi, G., Europhys. Lett. 74 (2006) 747-753, arXiv:hep-ph/0508298.
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Are we observing Lorentz violation in gamma ray bursts?, Pavlopoulos, Theodore G., Phys. Lett. B625 (2005) 13-18, arXiv:astro-ph/0508294.
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Neutrino Constraints on Spontaneous Lorentz Violation, Yuval Grossman, Can Kilic, Jesse Thaler, Devin G. E. Walker, Phys. Rev. D72 (2005) 125001, arXiv:hep-ph/0506216.
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Lorentz and CPT Invariance Violation In High-Energy Neutrinos, Hooper, Dan, Morgan, Dean, Winstanley, Elizabeth, Phys. Rev. D72 (2005) 065009, arXiv:hep-ph/0506091.
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Lorentz Violation in Extra Dimensions, Thomas G. Rizzo, JHEP 0509 (2005) 036, arXiv:hep-ph/0506056.
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More about spontaneous Lorentz-violation and infrared modification of gravity, Libanov, M. V., Rubakov, V. A., JHEP 0508 (2005) 001, arXiv:hep-th/0505231.
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Lorentz-violation and cosmological perturbations: a toy brane-world model, M. V. Libanov, V. A. Rubakov, JCAP 0509 (2005) 005, arXiv:astro-ph/0504249.
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Laboratory bounds on Lorentz symmetry violation in low energy neutrino physics, E. Di Grezia, S. Esposito, G. Salesi, Mod. Phys. Lett. A21 (2006) 349, arXiv:hep-ph/0504245.
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Search for a Lorentz invariance violation contribution in atmospheric neutrino oscillations using MACRO data, Battistoni, G. et al., Phys. Lett. B615 (2005) 14, arXiv:hep-ex/0503015.
[11-101]
Testing Lorentz Invariance Violation in Quantum Gravity Theories, H. Vucetich, arXiv:gr-qc/0502093, 2005.
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A tight constraint on some varying speed of light theories, Ahmad Shariati, Nosratollah Jafari, arXiv:gr-qc/0502071, 2005.
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Constraints from cosmic rays on non-systematic Lorentz violation, Sayandeb Basu, David Mattingly, Class. Quant. Grav. 22 (2005) 3029, arXiv:astro-ph/0501425.
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Infrared Lorentz violation and slowly instantaneous electricity, Dvali, Gia, Papucci, Michele, Schwartz, Matthew D., Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 191602, arXiv:hep-th/0501157.
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Lorentz Invariance Violation and the Spectrum and Source Power of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays, F.W. Stecker, S.T. Scully, Astropart. Phys. 23 (2005) 203, arXiv:astro-ph/0412495.
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New Bounds on Cubic Lorentz-Violating Terms in the Fermionic Dispersion Relation, O. Bertolami, J.G. Rosa, Phys. Rev. D71 (2005) 097901, arXiv:hep-ph/0412289.
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Planck-scale Lorentz-symmetry test theories, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, arXiv:astro-ph/0410076, 2004.
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Can We See Lorentz-Violating Vector Fields in the CMB?, Lim, Eugene A., Phys. Rev. D71 (2005) 063504, arXiv:astro-ph/0407437.
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Lorentz-Violating Electrostatics and Magnetostatics, Bailey, Quentin G., Kostelecky, Alan, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 076006, arXiv:hep-ph/0407252.
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Lorentz-noninvariant neutrino oscillations: model and predictions, Klinkhamer, Frans R., Int. J. Mod. Phys. A21 (2006) 161, arXiv:hep-ph/0407200.
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Atmospheric Neutrino Constraints on Lorentz Violation, Sheldon Lee Glashow, arXiv:hep-ph/0407087, 2004.
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Lorentz Violation and Short-Baseline Neutrino Experiments, Alan Kostelecky, Matthew Mewes, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 076002, arXiv:hep-ph/0406255.
[11-113]
The constancy, or otherwise, of the speed of light, Daniel J. Farrell, J. Dunning-Davies, arXiv:physics/0406104, 2004.
[11-114]
Old and new ether-drift experiments: a sharp test for a preferred frame, M. Consoli, E. Costanzo, Nuovo Cim. B119 (2004) 393, arXiv:gr-qc/0406065.
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Hydrogen molecules under the influence of Lorentz violation, Holger Mueller et al., arXiv:hep-ph/0405177, 2004.
[11-116]
Compton Scattering in the Presence of Lorentz and CPT Violation, B. Altschul, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 056005, arXiv:hep-ph/0405084.
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Lorentz Violation in Supersymmetric Field Theories, Stefan Groot Nibbelink, Maxim Pospelov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 081601, arXiv:hep-ph/0404271.
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Limits on Lorentz Violation from the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays, Olivier Gagnon, Guy D. Moore, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 065002, arXiv:hep-ph/0404196.
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Lorentz and CPT Violation in the Higgs Sector, David L. Anderson, Marc Sher, Ismail Turan, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 016001, arXiv:hep-ph/0403116.
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Model-Dependence of Shapiro Time Delay and the 'Speed of Gravity/Speed of Light' Controversy, S. Carlip, Class. Quant. Grav. 21 (2004) 3803, arXiv:gr-qc/0403060.
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Lorentz invariance: an additional fine-tuning problem, John Collins et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 (2004) 191301, arXiv:gr-qc/0403053.
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Gravity, Lorentz violation, and the standard model, Kostelecky, Alan, Phys. Rev. D69 (2004) 105009, arXiv:hep-th/0312310.
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Atmospheric Neutrinos as a Probe of CPT and Lorentz Violation, Anindya Datta, Raj Gandhi, Poonam Mehta, S Uma Sankar, Phys. Lett. B597 (2004) 356, arXiv:hep-ph/0312027.
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Electrophobic Lorentz invariance violation for neutrinos and the see-saw mechanism, Sandhya Choubey, S.F. King, Phys. Lett. B586 (2004) 353, arXiv:hep-ph/0311326.
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Relativistic analysis of Michelson-Morley experiments and Miller"s cosmic solution for the Earth"s motion, Maurizio Consoli, arXiv:physics/0310053, 2003.
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New limits on Planck scale Lorentz violation in QED, T. Jacobson, S. Liberati, D. Mattingly, F.W. Stecker, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 (2004) 021101, arXiv:astro-ph/0309681.
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Neutrino mixing and Lorentz invariance, Blasone, Massimo, Magueijo, Joao, Pires-Pacheco, Paulo, Europhys. Lett. 70 (2005) 600, arXiv:hep-ph/0307205.
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Probing Lorentz and CPT violation with space-based experiments, Robert Bluhm, Alan Kostelecky, Charles Lane, Neil Russell, Phys. Rev. D68 (2003) 125008, arXiv:hep-ph/0306190.
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Modern Michelson-Morley experiments and gravitationally-induced anisotropy of c, M. Consoli, arXiv:gr-qc/0306105, 2003.
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Quantum-gravity-motivated Lorentz-symmetry tests with laser interferometers, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, Claus Lammerzahl, Class. Quant. Grav. 21 (2004) 899, arXiv:gr-qc/0306019.
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New varying speed of light theories, Magueijo, Joao, Rept. Prog. Phys. 66 (2003) 2025, arXiv:astro-ph/0305457.
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Proposal of a second generation of quantum-gravity-motivated Lorentz-symmetry tests: sensitivity to effects suppressed quadratically by the Planck scale, Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, Int. J. Mod. Phys. D12 (2003) 1633, arXiv:gr-qc/0305057.
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Neutrino oscillations and Lorentz invariance breakdown, Lambiase, G., Phys. Lett. B560 (2003) 1-6.
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Lorentz violation and Crab synchrotron emission: a new constraint far beyond the Planck scale, T. Jacobson, S. Liberati, D. Mattingly, Nature 424 (2003) 1019, arXiv:astro-ph/0212190.
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Noncommutativity in field space and Lorentz invariance violation, Carmona, J. M., Cortes, J. L., Gamboa, J., Mendez, F., Phys. Lett. B565 (2003) 222-228, arXiv:hep-th/0207158.
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12 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Conference Proceedings

[12-1]
Tests of Lorentz and CPT violation with neutrinos, Teppei Katori, arXiv:1211.7129, 2012. 36th International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP2012), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, July 4-11, 2012.
[12-2]
New Chance for Researches on Lorentz Violation, Bo-Qiang Ma, (2012), arXiv:1203.0086. Symposium on Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics (CosPA2011).
[12-3]
Lorentz noninvariant neutrino oscillations without neutrino mass, K. Whisnant, arXiv:1109.6860, 2011. DPF 2011.
[12-4]
Neutrino Oscillations: from Standard and Non-standard Viewpoints, Bo-Qiang Ma, Int. J. Mod. Phys. Conf. Ser. 1 (2011) 291-296, arXiv:1109.5276. CosPA2008.
[12-5]
Testing Lorentz symmetry with atoms and Light, Neil Russell, Physica Scr SCRIPTA (2011) 038101, arXiv:1109.0768. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, CPT'10, June 2010, Bloomington, Indiana, USA.
[12-6]
Relativity tests and their motivation, Ralf Lehnert, AIP Conf. Proc. 1361 (2011) 329-333, arXiv:1102.2923. XII Mexican Workshop on Particles and Fields, Mazatlan, Mexico, 5-13 Nov 2009.
[12-7]
Lorentz Symmetry Violation in Neutrinos in Curved Spacetime and its Consequences, Banibrata Mukhopadhyay, arXiv:1101.4628, 2011. MG12, Marcel Grossman Meeting, Paris, France, 12-18 July 2009.
[12-8]
Topics in Lorentz and CPT violation, Alan Kostelecky, arXiv:1010.4559, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-9]
Lorentz Symmetry and Matter-Gravity Couplings, Jay D. Tasson, arXiv:1010.3990, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-10]
Lorentz violation in solar-neutrino oscillations, Jonah E. Bernhard, arXiv:1009.4717, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-11]
Higher-order Lorentz violations in electrodynamics, Matthew Mewes, arXiv:1008.2925, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-12]
Tests of Lorentz symmetry, Ralf Lehnert, arXiv:1008.1746, 2010. 5th Patras Workshop on Axions, WIMPs, and WISPs, Durham, 13-17 July 2009.
[12-13]
Lorentz violation in the linearized gravity, A. F. Ferrari, A. Yu. Petrov, arXiv:1008.1497, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-14]
Quaternionic Formulation of the Dirac Equation, Don Colladay, Patrick McDonald, David Mullins, arXiv:1008.1280, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-15]
Lorentz Violation and Extended Supersymmetry, Don Colladay, Patrick McDonald, arXiv:1008.1279, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-16]
Lorentz and CPT violation in neutrino oscillations, Jorge S. Diaz, arXiv:1008.0411, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-17]
Lorentz Violation by Quark Condensation, Chi Xiong, arXiv:1008.0364, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.
[12-18]
A New Lorentz-Violating Model of Neutrino Oscillations, Kevin Labe, arXiv:1008.0105, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Violation, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28 - July 2, 2010.
[12-19]
CPT and Lorentz-invariance violation, Lehnert, Ralf, Hyperfine Interact. 193 (2009) 275, arXiv:0911.2911.
[12-20]
Explaining LSND and MiniBooNE using altered neutrino dispersion relations, Sebastian Hollenberg, Octavian Micu, Heinrich Pas, Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys. 64 (2010) 193-195, arXiv:0911.1018. Erice 2009 Neutrinos in Cosmology, in Astro-, Particle- and Nuclear Physics.
[12-21]
Long-baseline neutrino experiments as tests for Lorentz violation, Jorge S. Diaz, arXiv:0909.5360, 2009. DPF-2009, Detroit, MI, July 2009.
[12-22]
Exploration of Possible Quantum Gravity Effects with Neutrinos II: Lorentz Violation in Neutrino Propagation, Sakharov, Alexander, Ellis, John, Harries, Nicholas, Meregaglia, Anselmo, Rubbia, Andre, J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 171 (2009) 012039, arXiv:0903.5048. DISCRETE'08, Valencia, Spain; December 2008.
[12-23]
New Indirect Bounds on Lorentz Violation in the Photon Sector, F.R. Klinkhamer, arXiv:0810.1446, 2008. ICHEP08, Philadelphia, USA, July 2008.
[12-24]
Tests of Lorentz symmetry using antihydrogen, Neil Russell, J. Mod. Opt. 54 (2007) 2481-2490, arXiv:0802.1736. PQE 37 Conference, Snowbird, Utah, USA, 2-6 Jan 2007.
[12-25]
Probing Nonstandard Neutrino Physics at T2KK, N. Cipriano Ribeiro et al., arXiv:0801.4277, 2008. 3rd International Workshop on Far Detector in Korea for the J-PARC Neutrino Beam (T2KK).
[12-26]
Analysis of cosmic microwave background radiation in the presence of Lorentz violation, Mewes, Matthew, arXiv:0710.1110, 2007. 16th Annual Wisconsin Space Conference: Unlocking the Origin of the Universe, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 10-11 Aug 2006.
[12-27]
Lorentz violation and neutrino oscillations, Matthew Mewes, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 221 (2011) 373, arXiv:hep-ph/0703263. 22nd International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (Neutrino 2006), Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 2006.
[12-28]
Emergent Relativity: Neutrinos as Probe of the Underlying Theory, F.R. Klinkhamer, arXiv:hep-ph/0612189, 2006. Workshop on Exotic Physics with Neutrino Telescopes, Uppsala, 20-22 September 2006.
[12-29]
Spacetime foam at a TeV, Luis A. Anchordoqui, J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 60 (2007) 191-194, arXiv:hep-ph/0610025. TeV Particle Astrophysics II (Madison WI, 28-31 August 2006).
[12-30]
Geometry of Majorana neutrino and new symmetries, Volkov, G.G., Annales Fond.Broglie 31 (2006) 227, arXiv:hep-ph/0607334. 2-nd Simposium on Neutrinos and Dark Matter in Nuclear Physics, Paris, September 3-9, 2006.
[12-31]
Lorentz-Violating Electromagnetostatics, Quentin G. Bailey, arXiv:hep-ph/0511122, 2005. Third Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, August 2004.
[12-32]
Lorentz violation as a quantum-gravity signature, Lehnert, Ralf, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20 (2005) 1303, arXiv:astro-ph/0508625. Coral Gables Conference on Launching of Belle Epoque in High-Energy Physics and Cosmology (CG 2003), Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 17-21 Dec 2003.
[12-33]
Overview of the SME: Implications and Phenomenology of Lorentz Violation, Robert Bluhm, Lect. Notes Phys. 702 (2006) 191-226, arXiv:hep-ph/0506054. Special Relativity: Will it Survive the Next 100 Years? Potsdam, Germany, February, 2005.
[12-34]
Lorentz and CPT violation: a simple neutrino-oscillation model, Frans R. Klinkhamer, Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 149 (2005) 209, arXiv:hep-ph/0502062. NuFact04.
[12-35]
Lorentz Violation and Gravity, Alan Kostelecky, arXiv:hep-ph/0412406, 2004. Third Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, August 2004.
[12-36]
Spacetime Symmetry Violation, M. S. Berger, arXiv:hep-ph/0412352, 2004. SUSY 2003: Supersymmetry in the Desert, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, June 5-10, 2003.
[12-37]
Lorentz Violation in Supersymmetric Field Theories, M. S. Berger, arXiv:hep-ph/0412351, 2004. 3rd Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry (CPT 04), Bloomington, Indiana, 4-7 Aug 2004.
[12-38]
Radiation in Lorentz violating electrodynamics, R. Montemayor, L. F. Urrutia, Aip Conf. Proc. 758 (2005) 81, arXiv:hep-ph/0412023. Second Mexican Meeting on Theoretical and Experimental Physics, El Colegio Nacional, Mexico City, 6-10 September 2004.
[12-39]
High Energy Astrophysics Tests of Lorentz Invariance Violation, F.W. Stecker, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20 (2005) 3139, arXiv:astro-ph/0409731. APS Division of Particles and fields 2004 Meeting.
[12-40]
Lorentz violation and neutrinos, Matthew Mewes, arXiv:hep-ph/0409344, 2004. 3rd Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry (CPT 04), Bloomington, Indiana, 4-7 Aug 2004.
[12-41]
Electrophobic Lorentz invariance violation for neutrinos and the see-saw mechanism, S.F. King, arXiv:hep-ph/0409323, 2004. Third Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, August 4-7, Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A.
[12-42]
Superluminal Particles, Cosmology and Cosmic-Ray Physics, Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, arXiv:astro-ph/0407603, 2004. 28th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Tsukuba July - August 2003.
[12-43]
Testing Scenarios of Lorentz Symmetry Violation Generated at the Planck Scale, Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, arXiv:hep-ph/0407335, 2004. 28th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Tsukuba July - August 2003.
[12-44]
New Implications of Lorentz Violation, Don Colladay, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20 (2005) 1260, arXiv:hep-ph/0404178. 2003 Coral Gables Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
[12-45]
Quantum Gravity Phenomenology and Lorentz Violation, Ted Jacobson, Stefano Liberati, David Mattingly, Springer Proc. Phys. 98 (2005) 83-98, arXiv:gr-qc/0404067. Particle Physics and the Universe, 9th Adriatic Meeting.
[12-46]
Neutrino Oscillations and Lorentz Violation, Alan Kostelecky, arXiv:hep-ph/0403088, 2004. Third International Symposium on Quantum Theory and Symmetries.
[12-47]
Lorentz-violating dispersion relations and threshold analyses, Ralf Lehnert, arXiv:hep-ph/0402133, 2004. 3rd International Symposium on Quantum Theory and Symmetries (QTS3), Cincinnati, Ohio, 10-14 Sep 2003.
[12-48]
Fundamental physics and Lorentz violation, Ralf Lehnert, arXiv:hep-ph/0312093, 2003. EURESCO conference "What Comes Beyond the Standard Model" in Portoroz, Slovenia, July 2003.
[12-49]
On the Faster-Than-Light Motions in Electrodynamics, G. A. Kotel'nikov, arXiv:physics/0311041, 2003. XIIth International Conference on Selected Problems of Modern Physics, Section 1, Dubna, Russia, June 8-11, 2003.
[12-50]
Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays and Absolute Reference Frame defined by External Field, Humitaka Sato, arXiv:astro-ph/0304100, 2003. 3rd Workshop on Quantum Aspect of Beam Physics.
[12-51]
Threshold Effects and Lorentz Symmetry, Orfeu Bertolami, Lect. Notes Phys. 633 (2003) 96, arXiv:hep-ph/0301191. "Decoherence, Information, Complexity and Entropy 2002", Piombino, Italy, September 2002.


13 - Violation of Lorentz Invariance - Slides

[13-1]
Geometry of Majorana Neutrino, Volkov, G., 2006. The 2nd Symposium On Neutrinos and Dark Matter in Nuclear Physics, September 3-9, 2006, Paris, France. http://indico2.lal.in2p3.fr/indico/materialDisplay.py?contribId=s3t3&sessionId=s3&materialId=0&confId=a05162.


14 - Tachyons

[14-1]
Light Cone Reflection and the Spectrum of Neutrinos, Alan Chodos, arXiv:1206.5974, 2012.
[14-2]
Superluminal Spin-1/2 Particles are Left-Handed: From the Gordon Decomposition to the Suppression of Right-Handed States, U. D. Jentschura, B. J. Wundt, arXiv:1205.0521, 2012.
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Tachyonic Field Theory and Neutrino Mass Running, U. D. Jentschura, Cent. Eur. J. Phys. 10 (2012) 749-762, arXiv:1205.0145.
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Dirac tachyons and antitachyons in many-particle system, Ernst Trojan, arXiv:1204.1370, 2012.
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Interacting tachyon Fermi gas, Ernst Trojan, arXiv:1203.5241, 2012.
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Tachyonic Dirac sea, Ernst Trojan, arXiv:1201.6560, 2012.
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Dirac Equation with Imaginary Mass and Helicity-Dependence, U. D. Jentschura, J. Mod. Phys. 3 (2012) 887-894, arXiv:1201.6300.
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Localizability of Tachyonic Particles and Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay, U. D. Jentschura, B. J. Wundt, Eur. Phys. J C72 (2012) 1894, arXiv:1201.0359.
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Stability of the scalar and neutrino tachyons in the rotating and expanding Universe, R. A. Konoplya, A. Zhidenko, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 023531, arXiv:1110.2015.
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About Superluminal motions and Special Relativity: A Discussion of some recent Experiments, and the solution of the Causal Paradoxes, Erasmo Recami, Flavio Fontana, Roberto Garavaglia, arXiv:0709.2453, 2007.
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Two knees and the Evasion of Greisen-Zatsepin-Kuz'min Cutoff in Cosmic Ray Spectrum - Are Neutrinos the Tachyons?, Ni, Guang-Jiong, Shi, Zhi-Qiang, arXiv:hep-ph/0605058, 2006.
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The Equation of State of an Interacting Tachyon, Alberghi, G. L., Tronconi, A., arXiv:hep-ph/0509044, 2005.
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Tachyon driven solution to Cosmic Coincidence Problrm, Srivastaca, S. K., arXiv:gr-qc/0411088, 2004.
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Tritium beta-decay endpoint for a Tachyonic Neutrino that travels Faster than Light, Ngee-Pong Chang, arXiv:hep-ph/0410175, 2004.
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15 - Tachyons - Conference Proceedings

[15-1]
A quantum field model for tachyonic neutrinos with Lorentz symmetry breaking, Marek J. Radzikowski, arXiv:1007.5418, 2010. Fifth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, Bloomington, Indiana, June 28-July 2, 2010.


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