Hi Guy, and Nerdy-ish:
Due to extensive interest, as expressed by the number of views, and responses generated, I noticed that this thread has spawned a second page. It is interesting to note that this thread has experienced over 1000 views in its first 30 days of existence. Compared to other threads in this discussion group, this is very rare.
The nature of forums naturally precipitates references to previous comments made by others. In an effort to minimize page flipping due to references I previously cited, I will now list all of my cited links again.
The last time I replied to two separate postings, I replied to you second. This time I'll reply to you first. Thanks for the clarification of your posting on October 6th. In all honestly, I was not sure weather to take you seriously or not. In either case, I am not offended. However, it did afford me the opportunity to address the possible misgivings that some of the other readers might have had. Should you desire to make any future comments, they would be most welcome.
I want to congratulate you on your latest, or is that past, then again it might be future technological conquest. Before you break out the champaign, you would do well to consider some marketing problems lurking on your event horizon (Pun intended). First neutrinos come in three flavors, Electron, Muon, and Tau. Since the last two don't mix well with vodka, you'll also need to invent Peach, Lime, and possibly Mandarin Orange. That feat alone should net you the Noble prize for physics as well as the Ig Noble award for, well – hmmmmm - I'm sure they'll dream up something. You might well be the first scientist to hold both awards. Maybe even in the same year. We could combine the two awards ceremonies into one gala event! Now that's something the dinosaur media could really get their teeth into. Second, neutrinos have a very small magnetic moment, 10 to the −19 μB (For the benefit of all you iPad, iPhone, and LSD users, that's a really really small number). That fact alone would make for terrible puppy, gold fish, and space alien refrigerator magnets. This could lock you out of that lucrative world wide market forever. The last, but yet unthinkable, possibility is that the CERN experiment is flawed. That would cause your entire empire to come crashing about your ears!
You would do well to heed all of the above advice and take appropriate action immediately! Do keep us posted as to your progress.
IF YOU DARE!