What is neutrino?
Something new, german and kinda smallish?
You and your marketing schemes, I swear arghhhhhhhh :D.
And it begins…
Why khatz why!? Why is it always so far away!
I’m guessing it’s some sort of neutral version of silver spoon, which can be applied to any language. Or it’s Spanish.
…love the minimalist presentation for this one Khatz 🙂
Khatz loves the cliffhanger… or does he!…. He does.
Probably something about learning faster than the speed of light
Something (a course, a method) so small and easy that it “passes through” other stuff by not hitting its different parts, so you can do it in between all other tasks while hardly even noticing?
Or perhaps Italian? (“neutrino” = “small neutral one” in Italian, according to Wikipedia)
So maybe, what, a tiny Italian course? :]
A dietary supplement that, when taken, causes the insatiable desire to consume L2 material to the exclusion of all else?
All I can say is that whatever it is… it has a cool name.
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