NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

deuteron

1. In Current Science, the deuteron is the nucleus of the isotope Hydrogen-2, consisting of one proton and one neutron (2 nucleons) bound together by the strong force.

2. In Neu Theory, the deuteron is a neutron with one captive proton (1 neucleon) below a single charge shield. A “strong force” is not required. The deuteron is the first neucleon, created during Phase 2, Step 3 of the matter cycle. Deuterons and neutrons are nuclear “cells” that cluster together under a charge shield to build the architecture of stable nuclides. Deuterons are made in stellar furnaces by two protons and one electron in a spinon process. Deuterons are hypothesized to be the precursors of further acts of nuclear fusion.

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