September 24, 2011
Tiny Neutrinos May Have Broken Cosmic Speed Limit

The physics world is abuzz with news that a group of European physicists plans to announce Friday that it has clocked a burst of subatomic particles known as neutrinos breaking the cosmic speed limit -- the speed of light -- that was set by Albert Einstein in 1905.
Pulled over by tiny positrons, given tiny tickets.

Update: This post picked up as a "popular law story from around the web" by the Wall Street Journal.

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