The physics world has been aroused from a long intellectual slumber by the report from CERN investigators that some muon neutrinos may travel faster than the speed of light , possibly violating an essential premise of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity. Confirmation and hopefully replication of this result would lend support for the long-standing prediction of binary mechanics (BM)  that absolute maximum velocity at the single bit level is substantially greater than the observed speed of light (e.g.,   ). Consequences of this BM prediction might result in a number of situations in which apparent faster-than-light motion could be observable.
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