He continued: "Most of us believe this will be explained away, there's so much evidence (Einstein) is correct. This is one experiment so an alternative explanation might be found,if not physics will have a field day, it could change the way we may be looking at the world."
They're trying to put a mark down in history as the first people to discover this. They'll get a lot of credit if they're right, but also if it's disproven for the way they've went about it."
Ahead of a public seminar hosted yesterday afternoon by CERN, Professor Erediato reflected on what the results could mean.“The potential impact on science is too large to draw immediate conclusions or attempt physics interpretations," he said. "Although my first reaction is that the neutrino is still surprising us with its mysteries.”