The Mystery is Sol-Ved!

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Pliny-the-in-Between said...

The finding that loose cables in an array of devices used to monitor neutrino emissions accounts for the initial report of faster than light behavior, is an example of why I love science.

Billions of dollars of equipment outsmarted by a loose wire?

No, what's interesting about this incident is that a) the press ran off half cocked at the first sign of an unconfirmed anomalous reading, and 2) science corrects its mistakes no matter how embarrassing. What other human endeavor does that?