Albert still rules?
You'd think CERN would have accounted for the relativistic effects of satellite movement, or that GPS systems themselves would automatically correct for them (since they are used for very precise operations).
I love a good physics joke. The free of charge part was funny. Here's another good one from XKCD.
This could have other implications - isn't the neutrino thought to have a very small mass?
If that is true, it is a big deal if it even could travel exactly AT the speed of light - let alone beyond.
I just wonder if this has something to do with interaction with the media through which the neutrino beam traveled.
And now a joke:
The bartender says, "We don't serve particles that travel faster than the speed of light in here!"
A neutrino walks into a bar.
Parody: "Rather than being overly concerned about how our admittedly limited human understanding of these particles can be, why not marvel at the fact that our Creator, Jehovah God, has set these things in motion? Does it not humble us to recognize his awesome power?"
I guess nobody got my tachy(on) joke on page 1.