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CPT, Neutrinos, and Left Handed Universal Acceleration Studies of CPT invariance suggests a universal preference for n L . In this model, the photons maintain the horizontal {left right}=s y n ≤1 ê 2 and vertical 8up - down< n sz n ≤1 ê 2 spin orientations, while the neutrino(s) maintain the helical (or chiral) spin orientation along the axis of momentum sx n ≤1 ê 2 \footnotemark[9]. If the anti-symmetric superposition of m0 and left handed photon (gL ) symmetric boson wave becomes the model for the observed left handed spin 1/2 fermion, the definition of the right handed photon (gR ) must account for the lack of evidence for nRe .

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Nb 63 $d_R$ & & & & & $2(1,\ \ 0,-1)/3$ & $1/2$ & $(-1,-1,0,1,1)$\\ $d_L=d_R-\nu_L$ & $2u_1$ & $u_2/2^{4-1/4}$ & $u_3/2^{6-1/4} $ & $-1/3$ & $(2,-3,\ \ 1)/3$ & $1/2$ & $(0,0,1,-1,0)$\\ $u_R=d_R+W^+_R=d_R-e_R$ & & & & & $2(1,\ \ 0,\ \ 2)/3$ &$1/2$ & $(1,1,2,-2,-2)$\\ $u_L=u_R+\nu_L$ & $\pi e$ & $4\pi\mu$ & $<\phi^0>_0$ & $+2/3$ & $(2,\ \ 3,\ \ 1)/3$ & $1/2$ & $(0,0,1,0,-1)$\\ \hline $\gamma_R=\nu_L+\overline{\nu}_R$ & & & & & $2(0,\ \ 0,\ \ 0)\ \ \ $ & $1$ & $(0,0,0,0,0)$\\ $\gamma_L=a_U$ & 0 & & & $0$ & $(0,\ \ 1,-1)\ \ \ $ & $1$ & $(-1,-1,-1,2,1)$\\ $W^\pm_R=\pm u_R\mp d_R=-e_R$ & & & & & $\pm m_Y=(0,\ \ 0,\ \ 1)\ \ \ $ & $1$ & $\pm T_Y=\pm(2,2,2,-3,-3)$\\ $W^\pm_L=W^\pm_R\pm 2\nu_L$ & & $2x_w<\phi^0>_0$ & & $\pm 1$ & $\pm m_I=(0,\ \ 1,\ \ 0)\ \ \ $ & $1$ & $\pm T_I=\pm(0,0,0,1,-1)$\\ $Z^0=W^\pm+W^\mp$& & $W^\pm/\cos\theta_w$ & & $0$ & $(0,\ \ 0,\ \ 0)\ \ \ $ & $1$ & $(0,0,0,0,0)$\\ \hline $m_H$ & & $\sqrt{2}a^{-4}$\\ $<\phi^0>_0$ & & $\sqrt{\sqrt{2}}m_H$\\ $x_w=\sin^2 \theta_w$\\ $=\sin\theta_c$ & & $\sqrt[3]{a\cdot\pi/2}$\\ $a_s$& & $x_w/2$\\ \end{tabular} \end{ruledtabular} \end{table*} Table 5.

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