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Babutzka, M., et al. (2012) New Journal of Physics, 14, Article ID: 103046.
https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/14/10/103046

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  • TITLE: Available Face-Changing Effect

    AUTHORS: Xiaobai Ai

    KEYWORDS: Special Relativity in Space-Like Region, Tachyon, Face-Changing Effect, Mother Neutron in β-Decay, Reactor Neutrino Experiments

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.9 No.12, October 13, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Based on mathematical foresight and beyond the mainstream inertial thinking pattern, the author believes that if neutrinos were really tachyons, the mystery of neutrinos might be solved. Fortunately, the space-like theory of special relativity reveals that there would exist an observable effect i.e. a “face-changing effect”, not oscillation, which was just related to the superluminal motion. As long as the motion velocity of an electron anti-neutrino was greater than c2/v, where v was the instantaneous thermal motion velocity of its mother neutron at the time of β-decay, a corresponding electron neutrino formed from the face-changing would be observed on the journey. Therefore, a special and easy way to judge the physical nature of neutrinos may be suggested the reactor neutrino experimental groups all over the world, in addition to the current studies involving the disappearance mode of , to add a new experimental search after ve in the current, to see whether a few ve neutrinos would exceed the background counting. “Yes” result would reveal the neutrinos being tachyons, and “no” would be not.