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A hand-picked, annotated list of Web resources about Neutrino.
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  • The Ghost Particle. NOVA: Public Broadcasting System. Broadcast originally 21 Feb 2006. | "A 40-year hunt for solar neutrinos leads to a new understanding of matter itself."
    • "In this program, NOVA probes the secret ingredient of the cosmos: swarms of invisible particles that fill every cubic inch of space and just may explain how the universe was created. Trillions of ghostly neutrinos move through our bodies every second without us noticing a thing. Yet without them the sun wouldn't shine and the elements that make up our world wouldn't exist. This program explores the 70-year struggle so far to understand the most elusive of all elementary particles, the neutrino."
  • The Particle Adventure.
    • Interactive feature, inner workings of the atom. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
  • The Power of Theory.
    • Posted by Philip Gibbs, who writes: "I couldn’t resist. No offense intended."