Faster than light: Twenty more neutrinos found

"You have earth-shattering science
to trump Einstein?  Hmmm interesting."
Wired Science asks how many faster-than-light events does it take to change a law of physics?  The OPERA team at Gran Sasso, Italy, has taken a second run at the experiment and found another twenty neutrinos that arrive impossibly fast, arriving some 60 billionths of a second too soon.   How high is the standard of proof when foundational theory is challenged?

Arriving not quite this fast:
"There was a young lady of Wight
Who traveled much faster than light
She departed one day,
In a relative way,

And arrived on the previous night"
  Stephen Hawking