NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality


1. In Current Science, the electron is a stable subatomic particle which has a constant charge of negative electricity, is a constituent of all atoms, and is the primary carrier of electric current in solids.

2. In Neu Theory, the electron is one of the seven primary objects. The electron is a composite structure made of the inverted neutron spinrise membrane [2b], g-spin/magnetism [4], g-rise/spinfield [5], an electric dipole charge shell [6-] and a negative electric field [7-]. The electron mass can carry kinetic energy [9]. The electron is the smallest of the three primary matter objects, yet has the largest magnetic field. The electron is one of the end products of spontaneous neutron transformation.

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