Faster than the speed of light

I read at the weekend about the scientists who had discovered a matter that can travel faster than the speed of light.  Not by much, but faster. The rapid items are neutrinos. What's the implication of this?  It changes everything in physics.  The idea that nothing can exceed the speed of light in a vacuum forms a cornerstone in physics - first laid out by James Clerk Maxwell and later incorporated into Albert Einstein's theory of special relativity. How's this useful to us though? Enough of the science, I'll explain...…

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How to Coach Change

Each year, just before I head abroad for my family holiday, I always carry out a crucial task before I leave. All the PCs on our network get cleaned, reformatted and wiped fresh. All those unwanted files, duplicated documents, unwanted DLLs, irrelevant EXEs, corrupt programmes.  Anything that's no longer needed gets deleted to leave a fresh hard-drive ready for the work that's going to hit them in the autumn.  The result?  A faster, more manageable flexible system that meets the demands of the future. In a similar manner, when you're coaching…

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