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I've created this theory and tried the best to convey its simplicity, beauty and connect it to philosophical musings (the beginning of times), ontological considerations (the intermittent existence), mythology (Plato's Cave and Goddess Huntress Diana...:)
I will get back soon to polish it once more and to make sure everything holds together with new information (e.g. subluminal or superluminal neutrinos, Voyager is decelerating due to its own anisotropic infrared emission pattern.:)..
The questions about neutrinos is how much of the neutrino speed discrepancy is explained away in this case, detected away since the measurement is the result of an experiment. The same goes for the Voyager's deceleration. How much deceleration is explained away by flimsy arguments (they look flimsy to me at first glance) changes the current size/age of the Universe but doesn't change topology nor calculations.
My intention is to wait a little to find out the details of those explanations and then redo the calculations.
They have no substantial effect on the model. I have absolutely no reason to consider the superluminal neutrino not superluminal at this point and expect that once good measurements are done, this matter will be settled down on the side of unexpected discovery and not as a confirmation of restrict relativity as everyone is betting right now..:) To bet on no surprises is what one calls an easy bet...because it is just dogmatic... no reasoning behind...Einstein never bother to explain the why the speed of light is a limit... this is just a dogma or hypothesis... not a conclusion..:)
In my theory, the neutrino is ejected and accelerated to its final velocity during the dilatonic interaction at the ejection time, that is, the neutrino will surf the dilaton waves for a few cycles before being out of range. Since the neutrino coherence has a different frequency than the fundamental dilator coherence, I would expect dispersion, so I would expect the neutrino final velocity to be different than the speed of light. The amount depends upon dispersion, which I cannot know until I model all the hyperon family masses.