About This Work
Neu Theory is a foundation model of atoms, space & light, the ordinary stuff of our physical existence. If we don’t understand the ordinary, how can we hope to understand the exotic, for example, "antimatter" and "black holes?"
Neu Theory is not a discussion between the merits or shortfalls of current science theories on nuclear physics and cosmology. It adds little to them. The work will stand (or be falsified) on its own as an alternative model of fundamental physical form.
Neu Theory is natural philosophy, consisting of five speculative hypotheses about what the elementary things of physical reality are, and the part they play in the large scale dynamics of the universe.
The Universe is built from Neutrons
The Neu Theory model begins by postulating the ordinary neutron as a dynamic primal object, a cosmic "egg" made up of 3 elementary matter particles, that plays the central role in a natural matter/energy cycle of universal renewal. The following is hypothesized:
- There is an invariant large number of neutrons in nature. In fact, in this model neutrons, in one of two physical states (a-neutral or b-electric), are the physical universe.
- The naturally unstable neutron (a-state) spontaneously transforms into the proton and electron matter couple (b-state). This is called "beta decay" in current science, "the little bang" in Neu Theory. In one of nature’s most amazing, yet still unrecognized, transformative events, the neutron’s third elementary matter particle, the plasm (or "white" in the egg analogy) becomes four elementary energy particles. These four quanta of energy form our physical environment of electricity, space, motion, and light.
- The seven elementary particles (3 matter & 4 energy) with their intrinsic dynamic properties interact together in a predictable manner making the ordinary atoms, space and light of the cosmos.
Neu Theory is a visual model, not a mathematical theory
Neu Theory doesn’t try to prove or disprove anything. The objective is to describe the physical shape and properties of fundamental natural forms with a simple visual model. The only math used by the model are two real numbers; the primal integer one (n), and the invariant collection of primal ones, the large primal integer (N). It is hypothesized that starting at the primal level there is only addition in nature. All fractions of n must add up to one, and all ones must add up to N. This is the Certainty Principle. That’s it. A basic knowledge of arithmetic and geometry is useful, but not essential, to understand this model.
Use of Terms
Many common physical terms have a very different physical interpretation or meaning in the model, e.g., matter, electricity, space and light. There are several newly coined words, e.g., neu, neucleon, spinrise, spinergy, zomon. The Glossary provides interactive definitions of Neu Theory terms and other selected terms as used in the work.
Neu Theory is physical hypotheses based on well documented "facts of experience," that are readily available from multiple sources, e.g., physics and chemistry handbooks and science websites. None of the starting empirical data used in this work has been created by the writer. Questions about nature have been asked by humans since the beginnings of mental coherence. The answers that are currently provided, even if they mathematically work to an amazing precision, are not always consistent or complete. Neu Theory uses the same stubborn irrefutable physical facts as everyone else, however, based on the same empirical data, provides a different interpretation of fundamental phenomena in a simple unified model.
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Neu Theory asks basic questions about fundamental phenomena:
- What is it?
- Where does it come from?
- How does it work?
Neu Theory provides answers
to fundamental questions
about the physics of nature
in one unified model: