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Static 2D and 3D aether.

a nuclear-scaled system of alternating Fermion planes of magnetic repulsion,

form an Aether that inflates volume as seemingly empty space.

Labeled as North and South Fermion planes,

this where all particles reside as rotating composite monopole structures.

one that is based on paired monopole grouping of the 17.5 MeV common mass [PMF] factor of all stable Particles.

This paper will detail the structure of its four distinct Neutrino classes based on the Graverse Model [GMpov].

The Pion neutrino decay product appears to be incorrectly labeled based on the Law of Conservation of momenta.

Since the Graverse is a new model, this paper will contrast it with the Standard Model Point of View [SMpov] in order to relate its insights and discoveries.

1. Introduction 2. Shells and Magnification

3. Graverse Neutrinos 4. Ramifications

5. Model Differences 6. Glossary and Figures

7. 5space Table 8. PMF Table

3. Graverse Neutrinos 4. Ramifications

5. Model Differences 6. Glossary and Figures

7. 5space Table 8. PMF Table

the stable Particles of the Standard model will be used to contrast the two models.

PMF Mass will be used as the mapping technique between the two; other differences are noted in context.

The GMpov is based on 5SPACE's simple(N/2)^5 scaling law that maps mass range from below the Electron mass

at (2/2)^5 through the Proton mass as (9/2)^5, up to the Higgs upper limit at (24/2)^5 in Electron masses.

A PMF maps to (4/2)^5 while (3/2)^5 maps the Aether's Composite Monopole Pair CMP unit of 3.88 MeV,

which is one-fourth of a PMF after binding energies are taken into account.

The CMP is based on the Composite Monopole or CM paired with its opposite pole CM.

In the SMpov, Mesons are two Quark and Baryons are three Quark combinations; while the GMpov,

describes both Mesons and Baryons as PMF same monopole combinations that reside in two adjacent planes of opposite magnetic repulsion.

These planes are labeled North and South "Fermion Planes" or FP's and form alternating layers

of a polar 'h' scale Aether, that inflates or causes volume displacement via magnetic repulsion .

Mesons are four PMF combinations resident into two adjacent planes of opposite magnetic repulsion.

For example, 8PMF Pions and 28PMF Kaons have two and seven PMF quarters in halves of four and fourteen PMF's respectively.

Baryons are three or five shell PMF combinations resident in Fermion planes. Protons are half particles of 27PMF each, while the adjacent configurations account for Strangeness and Neutrality varients.

Both models use a Strong binding force to hold the pieces together; SMpov postulates Gluons to bind Quarks

while the GMpov uses a similar Strong force to bind the rotating same pole half particles and create an angular momentum based polar effect that is "Electric Charge".

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Shells are inflated by extended Composite Monopole Quads or CMQE's while collapsed CMQT's inflate the Aether.

The Kaon figure also uses FP Magnification that skips showing particles rotating in the gap between same pole FP's,

and uses a solid FP to represent an artificial magnified particle rotation figure.

The four CMQ's inflating the magnified Electron Neutrino highlighted.

Note the outer surface planes are just boundaries of the local dron volume and are not part of the particle.

The normal pion family in its non-magnified Polar Aether setting.

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the Graverse Model predicts four unique Neutrino types based on the law of conservation of structure/mass.

- 14PMF Kaon Neutrino
- 4PMF Muon Neutrino
- 2PMF Electron Neutrino
- 1PMF Anchor Neutrino - Charge anchors

This means momentum is always aligned with the FP the neutrino halves rotate in.

The model offers no insights into any type of Tau or high energy Neutrinos.

Protons, Electrons and their anti-particle Fermions temporarily spawn Anchor Neutrinos from the normal non-polar aether Gubble of two CMQE's, when an Elux Charge is created.

They are not needed for Strange or meson particles as their adjacent occupied FP anchors the Elux Charge chain.

The energy of an emitted Anchor Neutrino, just like the other three types, resides in the spin of its two halves.

Each Neutrino retains its PMF structure or energy once the parents dual Fermion plane rotation has ceased; however, its local single Fermion plane rotation continues.

These Anchor Neutrinos only appear in Neutron or Beta decay for spin parity; normally they revert back to an aether Gubble invisibly when the Charge no longer exists.

If a Neutrino could decay, it's PMF structural energy would re-appear as normal dual Fermion plane inertial masses; as in the case of the Kaon Neutrino becoming a Muon and Pion in the figure below.

The magnified 28PMF charged Kaon

is comprised of two halves of 14PMF's that split into a 6PMF Muon and a 14PMF Kaon Neutrino.

The Kaon Neutrino is comprised of two rotating Kaon fourths of 7PMF's each; which split/decay into charged Muon and Pion particles.

Specifically, each of the two 7PMF Kaon fourth's has an inner 3PMF half Muon with an outer opposite pole 4PMF half Pion shell as shown.

The Kaon Neutrino's two halves split into a two half-Muons and four Pion fourths which combine and appear as a charged Muon and Pion pair, as shown.

a 2PMF Electron Neutrino and two rotating half Electrons.

is comprised of two halves of 4PMF's that recombine into a 6PMF Muon and a 2PMF Electron Neutrino.

When a charged Pion decays, the lower 4PMF rotating pair splits into two halves,

with one continuing on in its Fermion Plane as a 2PMF Electron Neutrino,

while the other half splits in two with each joining one of the top 2PMF pair to reform as two rotating 3PMF half-Muons< The following four images show the sequence of Pion decay.

Decay begins

Lower half splits

Parts combine; notice pole flip via CMQ ends rotation

Final products

The normal pion family in its Polar Aether setting.

This would explain the current confusion concerning flavors of Neutrinos.

Using the conservation of momenta principle, the SMpov incorrectly labels the Pion decaying into a Muon Neutrino

rather than an Electron Neutrino of 2PMF.

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However, the Graverse SoVOL Model has insights based on additional properties of Electron Neutrinos and aether cells.

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SoVol Graverse Model correspondences.

Topic | SMpov | Graverse or GMpov |

Gravity | All Masses & 'G' constant | Inertial Masses & 'G' constant |

Parity | Unknown | Inherent in a Polar Aether's Down direction |

Space | Amorphous and Empty | Discrete 'h' Aether layers of Magnetic Repulsion |

Volume | Scale independent | Six axes tessellated discrete P^3 polar 'h' columns |

Monopoles | Not detected | Static Angular Momenta N/S pairing |

Aether | Historical ambiguity | Polar column stacks of alternating FP's |

Sub-nuclear scale agents | Gluons | 3.88 MeV CMP pairs |

Higgs Field | Energy condenses to mass limit | 5SPACE's (24/2)^5 upper limit of Mass in Electron masses |

Mass | Quarks | Exact numeric structure of Particle halves of CMQ based PMF's |

Charge | Unknown cause | Angular Momentum of rotating monopole particle halves |

SPIN | Quantum aspect of Particles | Rotating particle halves of Composite Monopoles |

Atomic scale Charge | Proton aspect | Aether ELUX polar chain having opposite bare monopole ends |

Charge Neutrality | Unknown cause | Canceling spins of rotating particles in adjacent FP's |

Charge's Sign | Anti-matter Flag | Rotating direction; CCW-Minus-North or CW-Plus-South |

Anti-matter | Charge Sign definition | 180 degree perspective, Polar Up & Down reversed |

Inertia | Unknown cause | Angular momentum of Rotating Particle monopole halves |

Photon | E&M Characteristics and lamda | A Polar lamda 'h' chain between bare opposite monopole ends |

Neutrinos | Structure unknown | Both Neutrinos and Mass from PMF Structure combinations |

Neutrino transit method | Unknown | Confined to a single magnetic Fermion Plane |

Solar Neutrino Problem | MSW flavor theory | Electron Neutrino has addional sink roles [SOMat part II] |

Strangeness | Quarky rules | Adjacent Fermion Plane Pair occupantcy |

Quantum Mechanics | Below Uncertainty Principle | Fermion Plane [FP] interior |

Zero Point Energy | Quantum effects | Aether Noise |

Electron | SPINing point particle with disjoined aspects | Two CCW SPINing monopole halves with two orientations |

Muon | Heavy Electron | Two rotating 3PMF same monopole Dodecahedra |

Baryon | Conserved Quantum Number | Half Particle scale of three or more levels is permanent |

Meson | Zero Spin | Eight fourths as two pairs of rotating Halves |

8PMF Pions | 4PMF Muon Neutrino in Pion decay violates momenta conservation | 2PMF Electron Neutrino in Pion decay obeys momenta conservation |

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(s) discrete plurals as in specific object(s) vs amorphous objects.

P^3 as 4.236... discrete volume change or step ratio [P=(sqrt5+1 )/2]

Monopole: Vection shaped Angular momentum of 67 Kev in a dynamic spin state unless Vicky paired with an opposite pole that makes their 134 Kev Static

PAZIMP: "Plane of Absolute Zero Infinite Monopole Pairs" as the 'Before Big Bang' or B^3 model

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The Minerva event documenting Kaon Neutrino decay into a charged Muon and Pion

DRON as a DodecaheDRON: 12 sided, six axes polyhedron

Atomic scale H^72 DodecaheDRON with middle H^69 DRON.

Static 2D & 3D Aether of Polar magnetic columns of 'h' nodes, compared.

Just above the Nuclear scale at the H^3 zone where uncertainty begins.

Nuclear scale H^3 DodecaheDRON with a middle Fermion Plane.

CM: Composite North Monopole @1.9 MeV from twelve 134 Kev Vection pairs that surround a 255 MeV half-Electron.

CMP: Composite Monopole Pair as two 1.9 MeV [pentagons not to scale].

CMP: An Axial view of a Composite Monopole Pair @3.8 MeV as two CM's

CMQ: An Axial view of a Composite Monopole Quad @7.5 MeV

Scale'd polar cmq vections and quads.

Gubble: a non-Polar 'h' element as a bubble inflated by magnetic repulsion between the two CMQ's.

Note surface has opposite pole of the replusive interior.

Gubble: a non-Polar 'h' element as a bubble inflated by magnetic repulsion between the two CMP's of a CMQ.

Note Photon axis transfer alignment facilatation.

Static 2D & 3D Aether of Polar magnetic columns of 'h' nodes, compared.

2D Static & Dynamic Aether of 'h' nodes compared.

3D Static Aether of polar P^3 or 4.236... fm 'h' node columns.

Charge as ELUX column of polar 'h' alternating nodes.

Column of 3D Aether polar nodes.

ELUX: A 3D, one axis sequential chain of alternate aether nodes that connect both ends of an atomic E-field.

'h' P^3 = 4.23... fm Planck Constant SCALE as absolute bottom of VOLUME

The Vection: A 1+5+1 sided shape as 3D cross section!

Four 67 Vection monopoles total 268 Kev that form two vicky's that connect CM's into a CMP.

Electron and Positron with charge Anchor Neutrinos.

A 255 Kev Half-Electron as two 67 Kev same pole, CCW rotating vection monopoles with a 121 Kev repulsive mid-zone.

Aether Polar Axes cross section perspective from above

2D Photon representation

3D Photon representation of two intersecting photons

3D Positive Pion with an upward ELUX chain loop.

3D Neutral Pion with no ELUX chains as spins cancel.

3D Negative Pion with an downward ELUX chain loop.

2D Pion Family representation

SOUTH Fermion Plane: A one fm~ gap between top and bottom CMQ repulsive magnetic fields, where the PROTON Pair revolve in CW way.

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INDEX N | Name ____ | Electron masses | * .511 MeV | error % | Value______ | Notes__________ |

24 | H | 248832 | 127.1~ Gev | -1.6% | 125.~ Gev | LHC Higgs as the upper limit. |

22.5 | Z | 180203 | 92.08 Gev | -1.1% | 91.18 Gev | Neutral Weak Force Boson |

22 | W | 161051 | 82.3 Gev | -2.4% | 80.4 Gev | Charged Weak Force Boson |

12+ | Exotic Matter Zones | |||||

11 | MAX | 5033 | 2600 MeV | +10% | ~2860 MeV | Baryon Scale volume Limit |

10 | Omega | 3124 | 1597 MeV | +4.6% | 1673 MeV | Strange = -3 |

9 | Proton | 1845.3 | 943 MeV | -0.5% | 938.3 MeV | Hydrogen |

8 | K' | 1024 | 523 MeV | -0.4% | 520.6 MeV | K'=(Kaon+Eta)/2 |

7' | Pion | 275 | 140.52 MeV | -0.7% | 139.6 MeV | 243+32=275 |

6 | Empty | 243 | 124 MeV | _ | Table mid-zone | |

5' | Muon | 211 | 107.82 MeV | -2.1% | 105.66 MeV | 243-32=211 |

4 | PMF | 32 | 16.4 MeV | +7% | 17.5 MeV | Nuclear Common Mass Factor |

3 | CMP | ICA | 7.6 | 3.88 MeV | -4.8% | 3.7 MeV | Composit Monopole Pair | Inverse Chrenkov limit |

2 | Electron | 1 | .511 MeV | 0 | .511 MeV | Table reference Mass |

1 | ATOM | 1/32 | 16 Kev | -0.122% | 15.82~ | Smallest monopole Quantum = 67Kev/P^3 . |

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AppendixPMF ; "The Particle Mass Factor".

The Statistics of Particle Mass; its common denominator is 17.5 MeV

Particle | Muon | Pion | Kaon | Proton | Sigma | Lamda | Chi | Omega | |

MeV | 105.66 | 139.57 | 493.7 | 938.27 | 1189.4 | 1115 | 1190 | 1673 | |

/17.5MeV | 6~ | 8~ | 28~ | 54~ | 68~ | 64~ | 76~ | 96~ | |

PMF / 2 | 3 | 4 | 14 | 27 | 34 | 32 | 38 | 48 |

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author: RD O'Meara Oak Park, IL.

Email of Author: 'RDo.meara@mister-computer.net'

This WEB page address: "http://mister-computer.net/graverse/Neutrino-Theory Neutrino-theory.htm"

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