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Quark Neutrino

Authors: Arnaud Andrieu

The quark neutrino does not exist. However, I suspect its existence following the deduction of a calculation of the mechanism of a single-particle universe in motion. The principle of the single particle is an oscillator of the latter between singularity and quantum decoherence. vixra.org/pdf/1909.0300v1.pdf There are two possible vector senses of the particle. The first is that of the singularity to the correlated particle, which is the quark with its electric charge, and that presents itself in its lifetime that we know. The second sense goes from the correlated particle to the singularity, except that since the particle has lost its electric charge by consummation. Indeed this second path represents the quark particle without charge, and becomes a kind of neutrinos which is between quantum chromodynamics and singularity. Reference: Evidence for massive neutrinos from CMB and lensing observations arxiv.org/pdf/1308.5870v2.pdf

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