NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

electric dipole charge shells

In Neu Theory, the electric dipole charge shells are two equal and opposite parts of the electric quanta. They are 2 of the 7 elementary particles, and are designated [6+][6-] of the fundamental forms of nature.

Each electric charge shell is one-half of a fixed quantity (0.000 833 u) of de-linked absolute spin movement/energy – topologically split and uniformly distributed – over the neutral surface of the spinning proton [1b] and spinning electron [2b] spinrise matter forms that are separated after spontaneous neutron transformation (the little bang).

By convention the electric charge shell attached to the proton is designated positive (+), and the mirror image electric charge shell attached to the electron is designated negative (-). There is no charge (spin energy) below the spinrise matter surfaces. Electric charge shell compression (g-fall) is caused by the natural acceleration of isotropic spin energy. The direction of the spin energy acceleration force is opposite the direction of g-rise acceleration force of matter. In nuclides, the charge shield reaction to the g-rise of the matter surface it surrounds results in a tension reaction force (equal to g-rise) within the charge shell reducing or increasing its cross-section thickness until an equilibrium volume of the nuclide is reached.

Electric charge shell g-fall compression and nuclear matter g-rise are two forces that act in opposite directions that find an equilibrium state thereby removing the need for hypothesizing a “strong” nuclear force to keep the nucleus held together.

Under extreme temperature and pressure conditions of stellar environments two positive proton charge shells and one negative electron charge shell can topologically combine creating the deuteron, a neucleon cell with only one positive charge shield surrounding the neutral neucleonic membrane. One proton charge shell and one electron charge shell have become part of the neucleonic matter plasm of the deuteron. Through stellar processes, the deuteron neucleon cells fuse into clusters, making the atoms of nature. The individual fermionic charge shells of the deuterons, layer into one composite charge shield surrounding one neutral neucleon cell cluster molecule.

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