I will begin with a rapid overview of the great progress made in the
last decades in understanding the properties of neutrinos employing
atmospheric cosmic ray neutrinos, terrestrial nuclear reactors, the
sun, once from gravitational stellar collapse and neutrino beams made
at particle accelerators.
While we have made great progress in understanding neutrinos, with all
their surprises, it seems the fun may not be behind us, with new
anomalies coming over the horizon. I will focus on the emerging
"reactor neutrino anomaly", and potentially revolutionary
implications. Finally, I will describe a little detector we are
building which relates to some of these issues.
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