Yes, I know I cited him back then. :-)
I think he was quoting someone else - not his calculation?
On Oct 15, 2011, at 4:15 AM, Carlos Castro wrote:
Dear Jack (Brian and Tony) :
Lubos Motl mentioned in his blog , at the very beginning,
the effects of the displacement of the GPS during the time of flight of the neutrinos.
The time correction is
2 v d / c^2
v = speed of satellite
d = 732 Kms = distance between the two labs
when you plug in the numbers you get 2 x 30 ns = 60 ns.
You could add Doppler effects, etc if you wish. It is the same idea.