posted on May, 8 2010 @ 05:06 PM
I looked at Modern Physics some time ago, and I don't know if it's changed. It probably has, but what I learned was they are a counterpart to
neutrons, with a charge, like electrons.
Neutrons, you know, are the particles that give mass to a compound. Electrons, of course, provide the fluidic charge.
Neutrinos are the interaction of transfer of heat exchange during typically elongation of a conductor. In Physics, anyway.
This helps explain some of Faraday's Laws, as well as the Henry, and works nicely with Magnetism theories.
Unfortunately, I haven't updated my databank lately, so I'm sure I'm outdated.
Essentially, motors and pumps, conveyor belts, etc, benifit.