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particles Chapt13.4091 Review of DTW theory #1067 New Physics #1187 ATOM

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function and role of photon and neutrino and they are related
particles Chapt13.4091 Review of DTW theory #1067 New Physics #1187 ATOM

Posted: Dec 7, 2012 1:39 AM
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Alright, I did some due diligence and looked up the range of energy in
eV of the neutrino and the photon
and discovered to my admiration that they track one another. Now
although the lowest radio wave energy is about 10^-9 eV it is
difficult to observe neutrinos at that low energy but the usual energy
of a neutrino is
about 10^-4 eV.

Now I would guess that the usual energy range of photons is the same
as the usual energy range of neutrinos, 10^-4 eV.

For the upper end of the scale of the most energetic photons and most
energetic neutrinos, I find a correspondence of like values of some
being 4 MeV, some 10 MeV

So what I am going to propose is that the Photon is the same as the
Neutrino except the Photon is even numbered magnetic monopoles and the
neutrino is odd numbered magnetic monopoles that compose their
structure. It is sort of like mathematics. Give a person a number, say
19, and he knows it is a odd number and in terms of physics it is a
neutrino. Give the same person the numbers 18 and 20, they are even
numbers and in terms of particles of physics, they both are photons
with 18 and 20 M's.

So what I offer as the explanation and reasoning of photons and
neutrinos is that the Maxwell Equations are about atoms and electrons
and protons, not about neutrinos nor photons. And that the Equations
are about electricity and magnetism concerning atoms, electrons and
protons and that the photon and neutrino are just particles for
accounting purposes.

Let me give an analogy: biology is about individuals of a species so
the human body, your body, my body. And the body is composed of parts,
the heart, the lungs and the atom is composed of parts, the electron
the proton. Further removed is the accounting of energy taken in by
the body to live such as food and water and energy passed out of the
body such as liquid and solid waste. So the photon and neutrino are
merely accounting particles of energy in and energy out that makes the
total energy accounting exacting and precise.

For the history of Physics was that a neutrino was speculated for the
atom to make the accounting proper.

And since the energy ranges of the photon and neutrino virtually match
one another, indicates to us that the primary function and role of the
photon and neutrino is nothing more than to balance out the
interactions going on with the more important particles of the
electron, proton and atom involved.

Another analogy: sometimes in a large sale we have a cash register of
a lot of coins and change so that the sales that occur that we have
small sales where people are concerned in getting back the exact
change, below a dollar. So that most people are happy with a rounded
off dollar, some want the exact change down to the 1 cent precise
change. So the role and function of the photon and neutrino in physics
is this exact change for the larger role of the electrons, protons,

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whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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