Detecting UFO Neutrinos with the KM3
The KM3 detector can be used to detect as yet
unkown sources of high energy neutrinos.
Due to its great penetrating power neutrino astronomy may detect
sources and classes of sources that have yet to be observed
since they are opaque to photons.
Unknown Astrophysical and Cosmological Sources
It is always exciting and good to open a new window of observation.
Each time this has been done in the past,
new discoveries have been made.
UFOs and Aliens
If you watch StarTrek,
you will note that they often do neutrino scans of objects,
ocassionally they find that all the neutrinos are left-handed.
If they do, then we will notice.
more to come this is a place holder
Reference to Papers relating to detecting unknown sources of neutrinos:
Title: The Status of Neutrino Astronomy: The Quest for Kilometer-Scale
Authors: Francis Halzen (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
KM3 a telescope designed to detect and identify point sources
of high-energy (greater than 1 TeV) neutrinos
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for a complete description of Dr. Smoot's group's research activities.