Just like the other two mentioned, the experiment has to be repeated numerous times before it can be verified. Even if it is verified, it may not mean that the particles are traveling faster than light. They could be taking a 'shortcut' such as a wormhole or another dimension. If it turns out that they are actually traveling faster than light, then answer me this. Is Isaac Newton wrong in his theories? The reason I ask is, although Isaac Newton's theories are correct in some sense, they lose integrity when dealing with objects in Einstein's realm. So, although Newton was wrong in some aspects, he was right in others. What I am saying is that Einstein wasn't wrong, neither was Newton. Newton was just not entirely correct and if it turns out that neutrino's travel faster than light, the same could be said for Einstein and his theories.