What's the prevalent theory on the "faster than light" Neutrino experiment at the LHC?

I wonder why neutrinos have been recorded faster than the speed of light.

Is it possible that they took a "dimensional shortcut"? Are they like gravity in such that they likely exist in another dimension, and just "pop in" to be measured from time to time?

Or I wonder if the neutrino, being a weakly interacting particle, reflects the "actual" speed of light where our perception of the speed of light is in fact skewed by some yet-to-be-discovered constant?

What's the prevalent theory?

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Well, neutrinos, don't travel faster than light, the travel (faster that the speed of light in water) that's because light travels slower in water, neutrinos do not. With regards to the experiment i have no information.

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