It would appear, reports Science magazine, that neutrinos may not travel faster than light after all – a finding from CERN’s OPERA experiment that would mean, assuming that every other aspect of relativity was not broken, that either neutrinos arrive at a destination before they leave a source or that they cross the universe via some other dimensions than our world of spacetime.
It is now suggested that a faulty connection with a GPS transceiver
may have skewed the results.
- Faster Than Light Neutrinos Confirmed? (outsidethebeltway.com)
- Faster-than-light neutrinos are back in the game (engadget.com)
- Doubts cast on faster-than-light neutrinos experiment (guardian.co.uk)