49- neutrino converting to photons

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Neutrino converting to photons

The neutrino is composed of a higher energy level structure than that of its constituent photons.  The neutrino consists of two 1-D photons “sitting” on top of each other. The 1-D electric component of photon A is perpendicular to the 1-D electric component of photon B.  The 1-D magnetic component of photon A is perpendicular to the 1-D magnetic component of photon B.  The two photons undergo electromagnetic interactions simultaneously, composing a neutrino. 

A neutrino or antineutrino probably does not exist (at least for any length of time) unless it is entangled with a 1-D or 2-D partner because it has a higher energy level structure than its constituent 1-D photons. Entanglement provides directional balance, allowing higher energy level structures, such as the neutrino, antineutrino, and positron to exist.

When an entangled partner interacts with an outside energy system (e.g., particle) or with a “measurement” that changes its rate of e-m interaction, it may become disentangled from its original partner.

When a neutrino/antineutrino particle becomes disentangled from its partner, one of two events happen.  It either...

1)  immediately becomes entangled with another partner, or

2)  converts to two lower energy structure photons possessing equal and opposing e-m directionalities (an entangled photon pair).

 

See illustration below. Click here for enlargement.

 

49- neutrino converting to photons

 

To explore traditional views on properties of neutrinos, see "Neutrino" on Wikipedia.