With Einstein's universal speed limit in a jumble after CERN did what it does best, it appears Nikola Telsa could have saved the international science organisation some trouble. It's a well-known fact the Serbian engineer was way ahead of his time. But close to 80 years? That's quite a prediction.
Personally, I'm holding out until the experiment is repeated. Einstein's theories have stood the test of time remarkably well, so I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.