« on: 15/05/2020 17:30:22 »
With the help from empirical data I know that neutrino masses are in the ratios of 2, 18, and 98 to the mass of the axion. These geometrically must come from a pseudoscalar, 3-D space, and 7-D space-time-mass that includes the light cone, but I have not found an exact mathematical formulation.
My stated assignment to space-time-mass is wrong because time cannot be included. The proper neutrino assignment is the mass dimension, 3-D space, and the light cone. This is consistent with the color flavors of the neutrinos. The squares within the masses correspond to the imaginary dimensions of real division algebras, i.e., complex numbers, quaternions, and octonions. They have to be squared to get real numbers for masses. The common factor of 2 comes from the bidirectionality of lines, which appears in the fundamental cubic polynomial I gave: x^3 + x^2 - 2x - 1 = 0. Problems appear much clearer after I have slept a night on them.