Faster-than-light neutrinos? New answers flood in

By Lisa Grossman SWIFTER than a speeding neutrino they were not, but explanations for the news that subatomic particles apparently travelled faster than light have still arrived remarkably fast. “It is really impressive how many papers there are so quickly,” says mathematician Peter Woit, author of the physics blog Not Even Wrong. On 23 September, physicists with the OPERA experiment in Italy said they had caught neutrinos arriving from the CERN particle physics lab in Switzerland 60 nanoseconds sooner than light. That seemed to violate Einstein’s theory of special relativity. In the last week,
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