Hi all, While the articles I have been reading are about a year old (which can be considered relatively outdated in terms of particle physics) I have been looking at the possibility of Neutrinos being able to travel at FTL (Experiments conducted by CERN and OPERA). I understand in the articles how it states the difficulty in proving such a claim (due to measurement limitations, and possible systematic errors) but the concept of something obtaining FTL has made me think of an interesting concept. It is my understanding that when anything enters the EH of a Black hole nothing can escape (including light). With this in mind I suppose I need clarify parts of what im about to ask. 1) IF something can travel FTL does that mean it could "escape" the EH of a Black Hole or would it still not be enough (if thats even possible to mathematically determine)? 2) IF FTL is enough to "escape" the gravitational tide of the EH then would that suggest neutrinos have the ability to "pass" through a BH or just warp around it (Or if neither how would they interact)? 3) Lastly if FTL is possible then what would that entail for a neutrinos "timescale" in the EH (This last question may be bunk due to my lack of understanding of the function of time regarding the EH of a BH) I understand that this topic is under quite a bit of dispute in the world of particle physics (since it would practically crush Special Relativity), but even if you do NOT support the claim of neutrinos traveling FTL please at least consider the question posed as more of a thought problem, or at least enlighten me as to why it would not be possible. Thanks!