If Jesus had a mas of 178 pounds, or about 80.8 kilograms, the the force that must be exerted to support his weight against the force of gravity is F = Mg = (80.8 kg)(9.80 m/sec2) = 792 newtons. But force is the momentum p carried away by neutrinos per unit time, and for nearly mass-less particles, such as neutrinos, the momentum equals the energy divided by the speed of light.
But if the energy of the neutrinos comes from the annihilation of matter, then this energy equals mass of matter annihilated times the speed of light squared (E = mc2). Thus p/t = (E/c)/t = (mc2/c)/t = mc/t = Mg. Thus, the amount of mass that must be annihilated per second, or m/t, must equal Mg/c = (792 Newtons)/(3.00 X 108/sec) = 2.64 milligrams per second.
This, if the field responsible for converting matter into neutrinos extends a short distance into the water below Jesus’ feet and if this field is capable of directing all neutrinos downward, Jesus would walk on water
Source: The Physics of Christianity, 2007, Frank J Tipler