The neutrino is the entity similar to the photon, but with the electromagnetic system rotating in its plane of activity.
That assumption is part of The Dutch Paradigm. It needs further explanation.
To recapitulate for linear light: looking into the direction of propagation of the naked photon, we can explain the vector action of the electrical component and the magnetic compensation of linear light as in this illustration:
The electrical and magnetic vectors are active in an orthogonal sense and deliver in the direction of propagation a sinusoïd movement up and down and left and right.
The two manifestations E, and B are slightly out of phase and there is free energy in the EM manifestations of the photon, which makes the manifestations of photon observable in space. This phase shift is in the direction of the propagation in space.
Considering the second form of EM radiation, the neutrino as a photon with an additional rotation of the electromagnetic system, we can make a similar illustration
The naked neutrino shows a measurable magnetic manifestation, identified as spin.The additional rotation of the EM system in action apparently shows the property spin.
This measurable magnetic manifestation is unforeseen in comparison to the properties of the photon. A naked photon does not have observable magnetic manifestations.
When reconsidering this illustration, one would expect that this form of suggested EM manifestation of the neutrino, indeed would oscillate from left to right-handed chirality and equalize to zero observable spin outside the entity.
- The fact that we measure spin indicates a preference in the rotational direction.
- Experimental physicists indeed report this unexpected preference for left-handed chirality.
- That asymmetrical behavior is an assumed violation of symmetry in nature that is not well understood by physicists.
However, there is also this phenomenon of under- and overcompensation as explained for the photon.
This phenomenon of under- and overcompensating will fix the rotational direction of the spiraling manifestations of the neutrino.
The backlash in magnetic compensation in the electromagnetic system is too late to induce the change-over of the rotational direction of the electric component. Therefore, change-over will not occur. The electromagnetic manifestations continue the rotational direction as is.
An illustration and animation of the model for the neutrino EM manifestations show this phenomenon. The electrical manifestation is growing uniformly in length and circular motion, while being compensated by the similar but perpendicular opposite magnetic manifestation but with some time delay. The illustration and animation for the neutrino are complex because there is spinor behavior around a center point. Such a spinor is reproducing itself after 720º or 4π, rather than after 360º.
This spinor function as an illustration:
The animation for such a cardioid is:
click on figure for animation. Ref. John Carlos Baez
Herewith an attempt to animate this spinor phenomenon.
Most probably this is indeed the spin behavior, and more precisely spin behavior indicated being ½ spin behavior for 360º. It will show its physical existence with magnetic momentum.
This ½ spin behavior is known as a fermion characteristic. The tiniest fermion known is the neutrino which is present in the universe in unheard numbers.
Also, both manifestations will show themselves to the world as a monopole, irrespective whether the spinor is positive or negative or rotating right- or left-handed.
The preference for left-handed chirality also means that a neutrino has momentum and that energy of momentum is to be conserved.
The spinor of the neutrino can change over from left to right-handed chirality. That is known as neutrino oscillation. The trigger for such an oscillation is according to The Dutch Paradigm an external magnetic impact on bridging the backlash and triggering the spinor to change in chirality.