The Fermilab (I suppose) *discovered* the tau neutrino.
But the oscillating neutrino was predicted by Majorana in the Œ30s, and
re-discovered by Pontecorvo much later.
And the Higg¹s particle is still missing and the *sterile* neutrino
is also missing.
So that *standard picture* has not a frame.
A good introduction to the neutrino (little neutron) physics is
About the neutrino astronomy
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