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Neutrinos May Not Travel Faster Than Light After All

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Researchers in Italy say a bad connection between devices could explain a startling result they had last year, when they thought they'd witnessed particles traveling faster than the speed of light. Further tests await, but it appears there was a subtle problem with the equipment at the lab, as many physicists had expected. The laws of physics may not need to be rewritten after all.
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