What is a move? (with these superfast neutrinos in mind...) When you go to a big restaurant, there are at any given time probably a certain amount of waitresses. It might be, one of them brings a soup, another a coffe and the third the bill. But they all represent the other reality, the other side of business: so they are all the same for a customer. It's somewhat like quantum mech: a certain amont of particles might just be in a space, OK? We cannot say, the waitress moved from soup to coffee and to the bill. They just appeared in certain points of the "wisible part" of this restaurant. Some particles might of course be distracted in a bigger area. Say, like a certain amount of policemen are in a city. In real life, they really move around, of course. But it is possible to imagine a place, where some profession (maybe the street-sweeper) just appears in a certain place, does something and goes back into the house; then opens a door of the next house, where appears another street-sweeper and so on, around a planet, together with a certain hour. Quite similar is the situation in some sport events, when fans stand up and sit down on tribunes, creating moving "waves", OK? Now, such kind of move could have a maximum possible speed... say, exactly about c or so. But let's think: when it meets a place, where there are no benches for fans to stand up and sit down, it might act in many different ways. The move could just disappear, it might be hidden and move on, it might "jump it over" with no delay (because in the other reality, which shows off in this wave, it is permanently there, it just does not need any time to "go there"). Well, this of course is written with these suspicious neutrinos in mind. Could it be, they "jump over" some particles (?or something else)? If so, could it be, they move faster in thicker, denser, heavier matter?