New Physics Complete Neutrino Mass Specter from Oscillation Data

The first convincing new physics deviation from the Standard Model are the experimental data on neutrino oscillation. Atmospheric and solar mass squared differences represent two dynamical factors that deviate two neutrino masses m2 and m3 from initially massless three neutrinos in the not perturbed SM. A third related to neutrino masses oscillation quantity appears in the framework of Euclidean geometry interpretation of SM particle hierarchies because of new physics connection between neutrino mass ratios and mixing angles – it is a relation between the maximal atmospheric mixing angle Theta/Atm. = 45^o and zero value of neutrino minimal mass m1 = 0. As final important result, the mentioned three new physics empirical oscillation data clearly determine the complete specter of absolute neutrino masses: m1 = 0, m2 = 0.009 eV, m3 = 0.05 eV. A crucial experimental test of that neutrino mass specter is possible by measurement in cosmological, astrophysical and terrestrial searches the special neutrino mass sum = 0.06 eV.      

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