Hi, i just completed my paper looking the posibility that neutrinos feel an additional force added to the standard model. The force is based upon U(1) just like the electromagnetic force, but left and right handed particles have opposite charges. The paper is available below, and at my web site: http://www.geocities.com/ch1rality/ I'm looking for an endorsment so i can upload to this to arXiv, and help with publishing the work in some professional physics journal . As required by the forum rules, i'll post the abstract, and run though the stages in my derivations, and comparisions to observation. Abstract: We show that when left and right handed neutrinos a have majorana mass matrix, local guage invariance produces a fifth force acting between chiral charges on neutrinos and quarks. The force is a carried by a massless (or low mass) 1-spin guage boson, we call an axiphoton. The force is caused by a U(1) axial guage symmetry in the way as the electromagnetic force. We expect from renormalisation that the force constant, $\alpha_a$ is about 1/60 of the electromagnetic force constant $\alpha$. We show that this force can explain dark energy. Our model predicts decaying right handed neutrinos in the eV-MeV range, and explain the heating of the solar corona. Finally we show that the Tajmar experiment detecting a force due to a rotating superconductor, may be detection of our force. End Abstract Prior work: The only clear derivation of an axial force, i can find previously, is L.M. Slads paper http://lanl.arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0512324 Which derives the same axial force, by requiring the weak force be part of group that respects the full orthochronous Lorentz systemmetry. I.e. that is not enough just to have a right hand and left hand weak force, to return chiral symmetry, a axial force is also required to return full symmetry in all frames. J.C. Yoon who posted in these forums about the weak force not being Lorentz invariant, might like to read the above paper. Discription of the paper Theory sections My paper, derives the axial force, purely from guage invariance. I then derive a 8 complex component wave equation for the neutrino, by extending the dirac equation. I show this wave equation gives neutrino states with constant helicity. And the derive the force on and energy of a neutrino the axial field. I write down the Feynman rules for the axial force, and compute neutrino-neutrino scattering (which is very surpressed at high energies), and the decay of a right handed neutrino. Reprocussions for the standard model Assuming axial charges are conserved, i calculate the axial charges on the other particles in the standard model. The W particle has to carry both electric and axial charges, and this seem to offer an explaination for the first time as to why the weak force is handed. I find that the number of quarks per generation needs to double in order to accomdiate axial charges. And speculate weather those states could explain the [tex]\sigma(555)[\tex] meson state. I also discuss how the states may fit into strings theorists favourite E8, E7, and E6 groups. Finally conservaton of the axial charge seems to demand absolute proton stability. Comparisions to observations I first find that ordinary matter may be axial charged depending upon the ammout of neutron and proton it nucleii. To balance this a sea of neutrinos must be present in most matter types. Pauli exclusion require neutrinos (presumibly right hand states) in the eV-KeV mass range. I use these to provide a mechanism for the heating of the solar corona. I show that plasma screening of axial force by sea neutrinos will then make the force unobservible to most existing experiments. However i show that the Tajmar experiment might be a detection of the axial force. I find that a dense plasma of neutrino may resist anhilition, and show this may explain dark energy if the lightest neutrino has a mass of around 0.14 milli-eV. 51 papers and 45 reference. End Paper discription Let me know what you think. In particular are there any obvious math errors in my theory section, (show stoppers?). And are the any places i haven't thought of, where the axial force might contradict existing observations? Even if no observation requires the existance of an axial force. I still think my paper and the idea deserve to be in physics literature, as it is a simple extention to the standard model, that adds symmetry to nature, and offers an explanation of the weak force handedness and of the stablity of the proton. Also where might be an appriopiate journal to submit this work to?