1. In General, a ball is a spherical (round) body.
2. In Neu Theory, a ball is the intuitive, archetype object of physical form. In Simple Object Topology, a ball is the first of four primitive components of shape. A simple ball is defined as the volume contained by a uniform surface of closure. In physical reality, the ball (or equivalent ball) is the underlying simple shape of all objects. The neutron is a ball built with three elementary structural parts.« Back to Glossary Index