Neutrino Oscillation Musings

For NPQG basics see: Idealized Neoclassical Model and the NPQG Glossary.

Neutrinos are known to oscillate between flavors, but the mechanism is not understood. Perhaps π—‘π—£π—€π—š can lead to an explanation by showing how the energy, electrinos, and positrinos can be reconfigured or interact with the superfluid. First, let’s examine oscillation probabilities for a three neutrino system.


Neutrinos and photons may be the encapsulating shells for other standard matter. The model configurations are 6Ξ΅βŠ–/6Ξ΅βŠ• photon, 3Ξ΅βŠ–/3Ξ΅βŠ• electron neutrino, 2Ξ΅βŠ–/2Ξ΅βŠ• muon neutrino, and 1Ξ΅βŠ–/1Ξ΅βŠ• tau neutrino. Superfluid is modeled as being composed of these shell particles and is presumably dominated by low energy shells. Neutrino oscillation could be explained as neutrino shells flying in formation and exchanging energy and epsilon pairs.

Consider the probability curves in the neutrino oscillation charts. The three probabilities add to one. Perhaps we can consider the probability as a proxy for the amount of energy carried by each of the particles in superposition. In π—‘π—£π—€π—š, the energy of a shell particle is related to its velocity by the Lorentz curve. Wikipedia says, “The basic physics behind neutrino oscillation can be found in any system of coupled harmonic oscillators.” This is fascinating, because π—‘π—£π—€π—š particles carry harmonic waves, and are harmonic oscillators.

Is neutrino oscillaton related to the mass-energy exchange flux, i.e., gravity of the neutrino? Mass-energy flux means a particle exchanges a gravitational energy wave with the superfluid. Does a moving neutrino exchange energy between it’s constituent electrino/positrino pairs as well?

As of this writing, there are more questions than answers, but directionally the π—‘π—£π—€π—š model seems to lend itself to a neutrino oscillation mechanism.


  • An electron neutrino can briefly split into lower energy muon neutrino and a lower energy tau neutrino OR possibly into three lower energy tau neutrinos
  • Does the periodicity of neutrino oscillation relate to the gravitational waves exchanged by the neutrinos?

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