Bob Berman's Strange Universe: Our bodies, our neutrinos
August 2010: These strange particles pervade our universe but are difficult to detect.
June 28, 2010
|The most abundant particle in the universe? It's the neutrino. They're everywhere, like roaches in Rio. Each second, about one trillion neutrinos whiz through your tongue. Don't taste a thing? That's because they rarely meddle with our bodies.|
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