Neutron Dance

In 1984, the disco hit "Neutron Dance" was released by the Pointer Sisters. It was a huge hit, especially because it was featured in the first "Beverly Hills Cop" movie. Particle physicists the world over rejoiced that their geeky image had somehow been coupled with three hip and groovin' sistas.
But one question remains: what exactly is this Neutron Dance? What are the steps to it? The lyrics don't offer much help. The protagonist bewails her lack of money and general disillusionment in the world as a whole, occasionally singing "I'm just burning doin' the neutron dance." I don't recall the Sisters ever doing a specific dance in this video.
So if there is a Neutron Dance, what is it like? Since neutrons are neither positively nor negatively charged, does it just mean standing still?
Come to think of it, are there also an Electron Dance and a Proton Dance? Is there a whole school of subatomic swinging that we're not privy to? Can you dance the Quark? The moves of this dance would be obvious: Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm. The Gluon, I'm sure, involves a lot of dry-humping.

Posted by cronopio at 01:21 PM, June 23, 2005