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Topic: difference between the neutrino and photon Chapt13.4091 Review of DTW
theory #1070 New Physics #1190 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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difference between the neutrino and photon Chapt13.4091 Review of DTW
theory #1070 New Physics #1190 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 8, 2012 2:59 AM
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Let us assign a monopole with charge energy of
1eV. That is not an altogether random assignment but based on the idea
that a neutrino is thought to have a tiny rest-mass (which I think is
phony baloney) but that 2eV is plausible even for fake physics.

By using 1M equal to 1eV of charge energy, a typical electron would be
this:

?               0.5*10^6M- = 1E-
? 0.3*10^6M-          0.3*10^6M+

So we have 1M = 1 eV regardless if it is - or + charge.
And we also have that 1E- = 0.5*10^6M- which means that there are
0.5*10^6
magnetic monopoles with one more negative charge than otherwise would
have
neutral charge.
A more primitive electron would be this:
1E-
1M- 1M+

Now to turn the above into a photon we simply add a E+ to occupy the
4th vertex
               0.5*10^6M- = 1E-
0.3*10^6M-          0.3*10^6M+
0.5*10^6M+ = 1E+
A more primitive photon would be this:
2E-
2M- 2M+
2E+
or this:

2E-
4M- 4M+
2E+
Now the reason it is a photon is because all 4 vertices are
symmetrical along the y and z axis and the speed of the particle is
along the x-axis which is one constant speed of light due to
destructive interference.

The electron gets close to the speed of light but due to its
asymmetry, 3 vertices or imbalances along the y and z axis, it has no
complete and perfect destructive interference.

Now the neutrino is similar to the photon and a primitive neutrino is
this:
1E-
1M- 1M+
1E+
or another primitive neutrino is this:
3E-
3M- 3M+
3E+
Both photons and neutrinos cancel in destructive interference of their
E and M fields leaving the particle to travel at the speed of light
constant. The only difference between the neutrino and photon is that
the photon has even-numbered charges and the neutrino has odd-numbered
charges so that when the neutron decays into a proton, electron and
neutrino, the only particle to satisfy that decay mode is a particle
with odd number of charges of magnetic monopoles.

So the only difference between a photon and neutrino, is the photon
has even numbered magnetic monopoles and neutrinos have odd numbered
magnetic monopoles. We see much of this occurring in chemistry where
the even numbered elements are far different in structure and
properties than the odd numbered chemical elements.

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