Sterile Neutrinos, Antineutrinos, & the QAM Model
This paper presents a discussion of the misunderstood Neutrinos. Some of these particles are very rare and have an extremely small Probability of Appearance. Some have been mislabeled as “sterile” and some as “antimatter.” Both of these labels are incorrect. All of these neutrinos are simply one of 16 probable versions of a single mass particle. Readers are encouraged to first review “New Standard Model for Elementary Particles” as this discussion will make more sense. We will begin with a proper definition for what has been called the “sterile” neutrino. Researchers assume that only 2 spin types are available for these neutrinos – when in fact, there are 4 possible spins. We will define a sterile neutrino as a neutrino with zero charge and any spin other than the most common type, which is ½. The other spins are 0, 1, and LF (for the Lighthouse Frequency). This means there are at least 9 particles that could be called “sterile”, even though the term is a misnomer. A chart is provided which details all of the possible configurations and types.