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I don't belive this story for a minute. If NASA discovers something they have not been shy to put it in the news themselves.
Here's the quote from the http://www.genesismission.org home page:
JPL engineer is in the running for an award for "work so revolutionary that it has changed the direction, if not completely reversed, their field."
Martin W. Lo of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., was nominated for the Discover Magazine Innovation Award in the field of Aerospace for his work on applying "chaos theory" to the design of trajectories like the one used by Genesis, computed using his LTool which has defined what Lo calls an "InterPlanetary Superhighway": paths through space that depend on balanced-gravity points between planets. This helps spacecraft fly though the solar system on very little fuel. Team member Kathleen Howell, professor of aeronautics and astronautics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, joins him in his nomination.
Meet Martin Lo in this interview that takes the reader along the "InterPlanetary Superhighway" and into the changing world of engineering.
It's a little journalistic hyperbole, but it is basically true. The highway is a low fuel-cost way of getting around. Not fast, but cheap.