In the OPERA experiment, the distance between CERN and Gran Sasso was approximately 450 miles. The difference between the neutrino arrival and the calculated speed of light was approximately 60 nanoseconds.

If the results are confirmed by FERMI, it would mean the following: 

From a satellite orbiting Earth at approximately 450 miles altitude, if you were able to fire both a neutrino and a photon at EXACTLY the same time, when the photon reached the ocean surface, the neutrino would be approximately 60 feet deep.  

That would be a cool experiment. Even better, if the film '60 Nanoseconds' were broadcast on '60 Minutes', think of all the available commercial time.