NEU Theory

displacement

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1. In Current Science:

  • The relocation of something from one position to another position in a specified system of reference; the extent of such a relocation; the difference or relation between an initial position of a body and a subsequent position.
  • The removal of something by something else which takes its place; spec. the fact of a submerged or partly submerged body occupying a volume which would otherwise be occupied by the fluid; the amount or weight of fluid that would fill this volume in the case of a floating ship etc.

2. In Neu Theory, the term displacement is specifically used with:

  • The displacement of space by matter and the charge shells. The surfaces of displacement are the three spinrise objects, the neucleonic membranes and charge shield.
  • The displacement of neutron membrane matter by the spinning neutron core matter as the core makes a hole (2 openings) while passing through the membrane wall. Part of the topological transition sequence from a closed hollow volume into an open hollow volume during the little bang.
  • The displacement of neucleonic hollow plasm matter by proton core matter as in a H2 or He3 neucleon.
  • The displacement by absolute movement as in the transport of photons by zome.
  • The displacement by physical acceleration, as in the g-rise displacement of a body in contact with the surface of a usually much larger g-rising body.
  • The displacement by relative movement under the influence of electric and magnetic synergy fields.
  • The orbital displacement of a satellite by relative movement under the influence of a g-rise/spinfield.
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