Authors: Armando V.D.B. Assis
This brief paper traces comments on the article . This article, a preprint, has recently received an attention, raising errors related to the timing process within the OPERA Collaboration results in , that turns out to be a wrong route by which serious science should not be accomplished. A peer-reviewed status should be previously considered to assert that  claims a solution for the superluminal results in . Within , it seems there is an intrinsical misconception within its claimed solution, since an intrinsical proper time reasoning leads to the assumption the OPERA collaboration interprets a time variation as a proper time when correcting time intervals between a GPS frame and the grounded baseline frame. Furthermore, the author of  seems to double radio signals, doubling the alleged half of the truly observed time of flight, since the Lorentz transformations do consider radio signals intrinsically by construction.
Comments: 3 pages. This paper is published in the Journal Progress in Physics.
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