Further to the previous post about the mirror worlds and the New Scientist article on that topic, it seems impossible to talk about matter-antimatter without neutrinos butting into the conversation somewhere. Or antineutrinos. Problem is that these particles are difficult to detect, and harder still to understand.
The cordus conjecture identifies that the neutrino family (includes the anti~) have a lot to do with many nuclear processes. Here we explain why. First, we need to go back to the matter-antimatter dichotomy.
In the cordus mechanics, handedness is the primary difference between matter and antimatter. Specifically that the dichotomy involves the inversion of the handedness of the discrete field structure. Cordus also predicts that the hand of the particle cannot be changed without one of the neutrino family being involved, for reasons that will be shown.
Using this type of concept it is possible to get quite far in explaining the matter-antimatter annihilation process itself (http://vixra.org/abs/1109.0009), the relative lifetimes and decay products of para- and orthopositronium (http://vixra.org/abs/1109.0068), the left-handedness (spin) of the neutrinos (http://vixra.org/abs/1111.0022), and the weak interaction (http://vixra.org/abs/1111.0023). These effects involve matter-antimatter, or neutrino family effects.
All these explanations are given in simple physically natural descriptions, albeit unorthodox. Within that list of papers are proposed solutions to some problematic gaps in conventional physics. Providing an explanation for why neutrinos always have left-spin-hand, and antineutrinos are right-handed, is one such novel development. Another is baryogenesis, which comes next.
Putting it all togther results in a model for the asymmetrical baryogenesis. This is one of the unsolved problems in physics: why is there so much matter in the universe, and so little antimatter, given that the conversion of light to matter should have produced equal amounts?
In the cordus answer to this, the energetic antielectron from pair-production is remanufactured into a proton, and the antimatter field structure of the antielectron is carried away by antineutrinos as a waste stream (http://vixra.org/abs/1111.0035) . So in this model the antimatter is hiding in plain sight, with the antineutrinos carrying the evidence away to the edges of the universe.
So the cordus model describes what neutrino are, how they interact with other particules, and why they have the characteristics they do.
- New Scientist, (2102), All or nothing (Mirror worlds merged), http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21428641.500-truth-of-the-matter-the-majorana-particle-mystery.html
- Wikipedia, List of unsolved problems in physics