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Neutrino Oscillations Hint at a New Fundamental Interaction

In a publication from 2012 the Daya Bay Collaboration reported a  disappearance of about 6% of electron antineutrinos along a distance of 1648 m and claimed that this disapearance was caused by neutrino oscillations. But in a paper that has just been published this collaboration corrects the old result because now it has found that the produced flux is 6% larger than what is predicted by the current nuclear models.

On the other hand there has been a recent report of a new fundamental interaction involving production of electron-positron pairs and neutrino-antineutrino pairs by means of the decay of its light vector boson.  J. L. Feng et al. analyzed the data of the paper and corroborated the paper’s results.

I take the new Daya Bay results as an indication of new Physics, extend them to the solar neutrino puzzle as a whole and link them to the newly found interaction. In my paper I propose that neutrino oscillations do not exist and, in the light of the latest results of July 2016 of the Daya Bay Collaboration and the recent discovery of this new fundamental interaction above mentioned, I propose that the neutrino production at the Sun’s core in the pp and CNO cycles can be much larger than what is predicted by the Standard Solar Model, exactly because of this new interaction. And thus, the claimed neutrino deficits on Earth would be completely misleading.

Neutrino Oscillations Hint at a New Fundamental Interaction

In a publication from 2012 the Daya Bay Collaboration reported a  disappearance of about 6% of electron antineutrinos along a distance of 1648 m and claimed that this disapearance was caused by neutrino oscillations. But in a paper that has just been published this collaboration corrects the old result because now it has found that the […]

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