NEU Theory


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In Neu Theory, acceleration-of-place, or acceleration-in-place, is the perpetual intrinsic physical movement of matter and energy forms, and is the cause of natural force:

  • the axial g-spin of matter cores [1a][1b] and electrons [2b]
  • the radial g-rise of the cores [1a][1b], the membranes [2a][2b] and the plasm [3]
  • the radial compression of the charge shells [6+][6-]
  • the radial g-rise of zome [8]

Of the seven elementary particles of nature only the photon does not accelerate-in-place resulting in its redshift.

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