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Speculations on the neutrino theory of light

@inproceedings{Dvoeglazov1998SpeculationsOT,
  title={Speculations on the neutrino theory of light},
  author={Valeri V. Dvoeglazov},
  year={1998}
}
We first review the old attempts to construct the 'neutrino theory of light' and present the Berezinsky conditions, under which this theory can be uncontradictory. Then, we review recent developments in the quantum theory of particles with spin. The basis of new ideas in the old theory is the Majorana and Ahluwalia constructs, modified versions of the Weinberg 2(2j +1) theory, and the Barut's self-field quantum electrodynamics. Furthermore, we ask several questions which are relevant to correct… 

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