As topographically textured branes floated through my mind I began searching for ways to communicate that could seem faster than light. After reading the above books the neutrino interested me due to its weak interaction with mass in our reality. I began to play with the idea that if a brane had an asymmetrical negative charge to it, which created ridges like mountain ranges on it, information could possibly be sent off our brane, through the bulk, and received back on the brane. It would be the equivalent of digging a tunnel through a mountain to avoid walking up and over it. Photons would need to remain on the brane and go up and over the ridge, but neutrinos might possibly pass through the ridge. This theory may not stand up in the world of science, but I think it has enough intelligence to put into science fiction.
The Perfect Wave by Heinrich Pas was the perfect introductory book to help me understand neutrinos. I thank him for writing such an approachable book on a truly bizarre little corner of physics.