There's no way to summarize this article, but reading it, it's just incredible what science has accomplished -- the way they measure the speed of neutrinos must take into account so many different variables, and yet achieve a level of accuracy that's hard to imagine. Of course, the fact that most governments appear to accept Einstein's theories (which has had a lot of impact on military weapon development) makes the article suspect. After all, in the Global Warming debate we learned from Tea Partiers and Republicans that scientists who support leading theories are dishonest individuals fishing for fat government grants. Then again, Exxon hasn't start the 'time travel' business yet, so maybe the anti-science crowd will consider the following. At any rate, it's interesting. Faster-than-Light Neutrino Puzzle Claimed Solved by Special Relativity - Technology Review It's now been three weeks since the extraordinary news that neutrinos travelling between France and Italy had been clocked moving faster than light. The experiment, known as OPERA, found that the particles produced at CERN near Geneva arrived at the Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy some 60 nanoseconds earlier than the speed of light allows. ... (The article offers a fairly clear explanation of the OPERA experiment and describes an error that he believes the OPERA team made that, if taken into account would yield a correction of ...) 64 nanoseconds, almost exactly what the OPERA team observes. ... If it stands up, this episode will be laden with irony. Far from breaking Einstein's theory of relatively, the faster-than-light measurement will turn out to be another confirmation of it.