I have a question: Excuse me if this has been answered on here. Neutrino's are said to travel at the speed of light. As we know anything with mass cannot travel at c. We have also observed neutrino "influxes" at the same time we observe a super nova, which means that neutrino's and photons are traveling at the same speed. BUT What about Neutrino oscillations? Neutrino's are said to change from electron neutrino --> tau neutrino --> muon neutrino, and so on. In order for these oscillations to happen, the neutrino must experience time, because these oscillations are time dependent. But we also know due to Relativity that time stops when you travel at c. If time was "stopped" for a neutrino, how can it oscillate? Has this dilemma been answered already, and I have not done enough research? Thanks in advance!