Faster-than-light Neutrinos Observed
Earlier this year, scientists conducted an experiment using the Large Hadron Collider, sending light and neutrinos from Geneva, Switzerland to a lab in Italy in something like 2.5 milliseconds. The neutrinos apparently arrived 60 nanoseconds earlier, completely blowing the minds of the entire scientific community and potentially shattering the core of Einstein’s theory of relativity.
Months later, after dotting all their Is and crossing all their Ts, the CERN has confirmed this. Of course, much of the scientific community is skeptical (the beauty of science) and several independent tests will be conducted.
In conclusion, nothing is certain yet, but either way it is definitely the most talked about topic in the scientific community these days.