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Whatever happened to those tachyonic neutrinos?

  1. May 24, 2012 #1
    The title fairly states the question. I remember the big deal being made over our slightly (possibly) faster-than-light neutrinos, but then, at least from all popular media, it completely faded out. Whatever became of this?

    I assume things are inconclusive so far, and it would be even bigger news if a more inviolate proof was made (I would think). But is there leanings? Any new repetition of experiments?
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