One of the main dogmas of physics is that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, but at the CERN collider, some subatomic particles seem to have exceeded this speed, breaking all known laws of physics. Neutrinos sent through the ground from CERN toward a laboratory hundreds of miles away seemed to show up a tiny fraction of a second early.

In BBC News, Jason Palmer quotes researcher Antonio Ereditato as saying, "We tried to find all possible explanations for this. We wanted to find a mistake–trivial mistakes, more complicated mistakes, or nasty effects–and we didn’t. When you don’t find anything, then you say ‘Well, now I’m forced to go out and ask the community to scrutinize this.’"
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Quantum physicists such as Stephen Hawking think time travel is possible, and Anne Strieber thinks that the Visitors are time travelers. If so, what are they trying to change?

The Discovery Channel website “The Daily Galaxy” quotes Hawking as saying, “When a distinguished scientist states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong. I do believe in time travel. Time travel to the future. Time flows like a river and it seems as if each of us is carried relentlessly along by time’s current. But time is like a river in another way. It flows at different speeds in different places and that is the key to travelling into the future. This idea was first proposed by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago.
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