Done; I'm a little slow in the standard notation of maths. All of my experience with arithmetic is in computer programming, mostly C++. I like to understand things by graphical visualization, I guess because of my graphics programming experience.

Now, as i promised, i mould mull over your nuetrino value, and find you a solution if you able to contemplate a really major factor: And i mean like changing everything we know about nuetrino's into a form called ''excited'' axions.

I can mathematically-derive a major hypothesis stating that the nuetrino is actually an ''excited axion'' with the sqaured value of the expectency value of E^2=M^2c^4 allowing matter to flux into energy and back. Visa visa, the relationship of energy-mass equivalence.

The axion actually exists from our frame of reference as a type of dark matter which (has recently been discovered at least twice in different and independant experiments), as a particle which can move through matter and energy without a flaw in it's trajectory. Unlike the photon which has an influence of \theta, (the angle symbol), when it comes into contact with semi-clarent objects, just as much as an axion particle can move through solid titanium without any disruption.

What if the axion is very amountable in the universe as being aproximated to be around the same value of all the nuetrino's calculatable with their gravitational effects? This would mean that there is a chance, whether small or high, that the axion field permeates quite high with it's desnity in spacetime.

What i am boldly and very pseudocientifically-(almost?)-suggesting is that the Nuetrino might be an excited state of the axion particle which would be defined (under astrophysical terminology as Hot Particles of Baryonic Matter) whilst exhibiting when being in ''Cold States'' or ''low velocity states,'' exhibit their non-corporeal-attatchment to the normal gravitational fluctuations of the universe?

Since the Nuetrino is said to move through matter without very much ease, then why can it not simply be a particle we have discovered in the lab through observation rather than gravitational attraction, be then simply an axion, who's state is very excited? Afterall, the axion and the nuetrino both have one thing in common. They are completely nuetral to curvature that is not only non-local from their frame of reference, but they seem to have no gravitational charge which causes very much curvature around their structures.

Difference is see, if the Neutrino did not exist and the axion took its place, then the axion fits ''Photon/Luxen Theory'' perfectly.