# Neutrino interactions

by Rob Hoff
Tags: interactions, neutrino
 P: 3 The sum of the masses of the Neutrinos is .320+/-.081 eV; since the three Neutrinos have different masses that would dictate that, when one of the three Neutrinos comes within a distance of 10-16 of a meter of either a Muon, Electron, or Tau particle, weak interactions between the two particles would cause the speed of the Neutrino to change and therefore the mass, subsequently, would change.
 P: 680 You do not give a reference, but from your sum of masses it would seem a cosmological bound. The HM claim is controversial at best and cosmological bounds tend to depend strongly on assumptions and selected data sets. There are currently no experiments putting solid widely accepted lower bounds on the neutrino masses.
 Quote by James Carter It is possible that there are no Neutrino Flavors at all; the different Flavors all have the same speed and therefore the same mass. It may be that the observation of change in Neutrino Flavors due to weak interactions with other Leptons is simply the Neutrino changing the direction of its spin to correspond to that of the other Lepton; meaning that the $\upsilon$e, $\upsilon$$\mu$, and $\upsilon$$\tau$ are all corrisponding Neutrino particles