NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

bosonic

In Neu Theory, the term bosonic refers to the physical property that allows movement/energy forms and movement/synergy forms to merge, overlap or pass through each other. Photons are bosonic because they pass through each other without loss of individual identity or change in direction. Zomons are bosonic because they merge together to maintain Zome, the universal volume of space. The movement/synergy forms of magnetic fields, spinfields, and electric fields are bosonic as they add together. Matter forms and the electric charge shells are not bosonic. See fermionic.

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