At any rate, if indeed these neutrinos did indeed break the light speed barrier then we'd have to develop new theories to fit this phenomena or somehow extend existing theories.
The operative word here, is "if", dear GN (peace to you), isn't it? And, "if" so... new theories just might have to be developed, yes. Which answers your first question:
how would the math work out?
"Math", as we know it... might NOT work out. On a previous thread I shared something to this effect when I saw the physical realm come into existence. I heard a voice say... NOT in words of OUR world, but in words that I can only describe as some kind of "math" equations... but NOT, as somehow I understood that they were MUCH more advanced that what is at our current disposal: "Let light come to be/come into existence." Just those "words" spoken... and... omigosh... a very tiny "explosion" occurred. A "light" burst forth (from some other place)... punching through the "void"... and bringing "matter" through with it as it travelled. What I witnessed was the "birth" of that Light... coming out of a "womb". It was pure energy. It was my Lord... being "born"... from the Woman: the spirit realm. He came out of "her"... and into THIS "world"... which was a dense, black void - nothing existed in it. Not even dust particles. No sound. No air. No elements. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Like a vacuum.
Yet, those words... that "equation"... resulted in that Light coming forth.
We don't know the "math", dear one. We aren't even close to eventing the theories, let alone the formulas. Because what we DO know is absolutely... primitive... even prehistoric... to what I heard.
Anyway, thank you all for your comments. I look forward to the day when both science AND religion realizes that they don't know... what they don't know, so as to stop pointing fingers at one another, but realize that what they both CLAIM to be looking for... has a common beginning and Source.
I bid you all peace!
A slave of Christ,
SA, who has come to learn that a TRULY "open" mind... HAS to consider what lies BEYOND the physical universe... which can be done by realizing that more lies beyond... the physical BODY...
P.S. re your comment, dear GN, that "Accelerating a particle to the speed of light would require infinity energy," may I ask: would you consider [an] energy [source] that had no beginning... and has no end... as "infinite"?