Do Faster-than-light neutrinos exist?

Nope. This turns out to be BS as of February 22, 2012. The fast fellows were first reported a few days earlier and astounded the physics community as well as making the front page of the Washington Post and every other news outlet. Turns out that a faulty optical cable alignment in a GPS device produced the inaccurate results (read “loose wire”).
For now the world is safe again knowing that “nothing is faster than light” isn’t just a rule, its the law.

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