### Session C: General Physics II

8:00 AM–10:15 AM, Saturday, April 1, 2006
Photonics Building Room: 205

Chair: Karl Ludwig, Boston University

Abstract ID: BAPS.2006.NES.C.8

### Abstract: C.00008 : Is a Brane' Electron Modeled by a Closed-loop String of Neutrinos, is time formally a periodic function, and can tornadoes be turned off''?

9:45 AM–10:00 AM

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#### Authors:

Roger McLeod
(University of Massachusetts, Lowel)

David McLeod
(Bastyr University)

Model a planar' electron by a closed string of vibrating neutrinos; displacement values are proportional to the speed of light times the square root of the mass. Spin' supplies required inward spherical fields in three spatial dimensions. Interlocked quark loops model protons or neutrons; ideas like strong and weak forces, or an uncertainty principle, arise. Subtle, longer string-like vibrating,' quasi-periodic, lighted phenomena we detect are at locations used by some of our Native American forebears, or by the Hopi or Maya -locations indicated by problematic constructions, by sacred' place-names, or by individuals with titles' identified as names. Lighted tubes,' associated with EMF, required by our model for tornado generation, imply breaking the EMF lines will kill' any tornado. `Kokopelli's hair,' is the place to construct a designated current loop.

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