Is there any evidence for quantum fermi-dirac distributions among neutrinos, besides the obvious fact about their spin? I was wondering how Pauli exclusion principle would work with a neutrino 'gas', and what kind of quantum numbers they could have.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It has been expected that if we ever did discover tachyons, that particles with half integer spins would be bosons and full integer spins would be fermions.

Do we have any evidence concerning neutrino quantum statistics?

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# Evidence for fermion statistics among neutrinos

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