In the illustrated edition of the book of contemporary Physical Scientist Stephen Hawking "A brief history of time", I read in the chapter "The unification of physical theories" about the hyperparticles and their movements. They're depicted as spherules and their movement, or spin, is the same as the one I see. Only under very special circumstances are the hyperparticles visible and certainly not with the powerful microscopes under normal conditions, because they diffuse.
In Greece, at Pylos, where the deepest point of the Mediterranean Sea is found, a globally unique experiment is held: only at that depth can the neutrinos (particles that penetrate matter and are found everywhere in the universe), be measured and their behaviour examined, because on the surface of the Earth the presence of other cosmic radiation prevents their detection. Perhaps from Pylos, from 4,000 meters under the sea, from the experiment called "King Nestor", may the final answer come for the unification of all physical theories, of all knowledge ... Knowledge is waiting for us to discover it.
The contemporary physicist George Grammatikakis comments in the related article on the Pylos experiment "... If, as the books say, King Nestor was wise, and if his soul travels today, it would certainly rejoice because of this rare conversation of the myth with science, of the past with the future, which bears his name."
The "conversation of the myth with science" will lead us to the Truth, because the myth is the truth told in the words of another era.