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Physics  2000 

Looking Back with Neutrinos

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We briefly discuss the history of suggestions for time- of-flight effects due to non-zero neutrino mass and a recent proposal that such effects can be used to determine the parameters of cosmology. With neutrinos there is potentially a much deeper ``look back time'' than with photons. We note a new point, that if future large scale neutrino detection arrays see long-time secular variations in counting rate, this could be due to highly redshifted bursts originating in the early universe.


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