NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

distance

In Neu Theory, distance is the separation between objects as measured by a “straight” or “bent” measuring rod depending on the system of reference being used. Examples: the distance between two locations on the earth’s surface is measured by the spin meter, a bent rod; the distance between the sun and the earth is measured by a rise meter, a straight rod.

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