Nutrinos not faster than light, boffins say.

So, remember about three weeks ago, when some neutrinos traveling between Geneva and the Gran Sasso Lab in Italy arrived about sixty nanoseconds quicker than the speed of light? That was weird. However, on the 14th, Ronald van Elburg at the University of Groningen at the Netherlands seems to have figured it out. His team calculated the distance between the two stations, then factored in the relativistic motion of the GPS satellites involved.

Oh well, it was exciting for a time. Back to work.

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