## On the Subject of Neutralizing Neutrinos

When the light hits your eye like a subatomic pie, that’s neutrinooo...

Calculate three values as follows. In each row, concatenate the digits abc and take the result modulo m.

a | b | c | m |
---|---|---|---|

Battery holders mod 10 | Ports mod 10 | 1 | 301 |

Port plates mod 10 | Batteries mod 10 | 2 | 302 |

Unlit indicators mod 10 | Lit indicators mod 10 | 3 | 333 |

Run each value through the following formula, obtaining T and N. The value for dist can be found in the “Planet distances” table below.

T = floor(round(1000000*dist/round(1000000/sqrt(1000000-round(1000-5/6*abc)^2)))/round(1000-5/6*abc))

For each neutrino, start with N = T mod 10 + 1 and proceed as follows:

- In the table below, start in the center of the current flavor.
- If the condition is true, subtract 1 from N.
- If N = 0, the current flavor is the new flavor.
- Otherwise, move up (anti-neutrino) or down (neutrino), wrapping around.
- Repeat steps 2–5.

Planet name | Distance |
---|---|

Mercury | 387 |

Venus | 723 |

Earth | 1000 |

Mars | 1524 |

Jupiter | 5203 |

Saturn | 9582 |

Uranus | 19201 |

Neptune | 30047 |

e | first time here |
---|---|

this is an anti-neutrino | |

serial number contains ‘E’ | |

τ | serial number contains ‘T’ |

planet is closer than Jupiter | |

more than 2 ports | |

μ | more than 2 batteries |

serial number contains ‘M’ | |

not first time here |

In ascending order of the neutrinos’ T values, submit the new flavors. Anti-neutrinos remain anti-neutrinos.