The OPERA team has re-run their experiment that measured time-in-flight of neutrinos as faster than light (FTL). This time they used shorter pulses (removing one area of uncertainty in the original experiment) and did a better statistical analysis. Result: FTL time-in-flight confirmed.
This doesn't mean there's general agreement that physics is broken. But it is one (unexpected by most) step in that direction.
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