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Following is the the article and its rejection letter from the PRL.  The data submission proves the nuclear function of the neutrino by extending and correcting the data from an MIT semiconductor study previously published by the PRL.

The submitted paper for referee review in pdf format

NOTE:  The above "pdf" paper is the original referee review copy and contains some typographical errors which would have been corrected during the review process.

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Re: LW13764
ARTICLE TITLE:  Secondary statistical analysis of MIT's thermoelectrically pumped `over unity'' LED study identifies an unknown nuclear particle which eliminated Peltier-cooling band-gap resistance to make ``over unity'' possible
by Lawrence Dawson

Dear Dr. Dawson,

We have considered your manuscript and conclude that it is not suited for Physical Review Letters.

We make no judgment on the correctness or technical aspects of your work.  However, from our understanding of the paper's physics results, context, and motivation, we conclude that your paper does not meet the Physical Review Letters criteria of impact, innovation, and interest.

Our criteria require a clear justification for consideration of the paper by PRL, rather than by a specialized journal. Your work appears better suited for submittal to the latter.

In view of our assessment, we are not sending your manuscript out for

Yours sincerely,

Saad E. Hebboul
Senior Assistant Editor
Physical Review Letters

Data establishing the existence of a nuclear particle which provides coherence to the nucleus and which is proved by a previously published study in the PRL does not meet the "criteria of impact, innovation, and interest."