Another one to this ishttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15034414
I got a few a giggle at
"The speed of light is the cornerstone in Einstein's theory of special relativity, which is what gives us the concept of causality: causes precede effects, wherever you are.
Remove that requirement, and time becomes a much more fluid thing than the one-way arrow we think it to be.
If an effect can precede a cause, showers of neutrons might arrive here on Earth before a supernova actually kicks off on the other side of the galaxy."
Even when one of their own starts pulling out the anchor pins, some still think they can walk across the "fabric of spacetime" without getting tripped up.
Yes, causes precede effects, wherever
Just because St. Einstein's concept of it was off, does NOT invalidate reality.
Of course, there's the attempted save
"Einstein may not have been wrong if we concede that there are extra dimensions of space that particles can nip into and out of, and some theories have already been around a while that suggest it."
I can't help but wonder which version of hyperspace is this going to be?