1. In Current Science, a force is the intensity of an agency or influence that produces or tends to produce a change in the motion of a moving body, or produces motion or stress in a stationary body. Newton’s 2nd law of motion, defines force as being equal to mass times acceleration (F=ma).
The primary cause or source of all force in nature is the uniform acceleration of the two fundamental physical quantities – the quantum movement/energy forms spin and rise – that synchronously generate two fundamental forces acting in opposite directions. These are spin compression and rise expansion. These two primal forces, in linked and de-linked forms, then create the forces of nature that result in the dynamics of the universe.
It is a principle in Neu Theory that force can only add. For example; a “tug of war” event is addition in two opposite directions. The physical effect of a force between objects is:
- A push (displacement, compression, repulsion)
- A pull (tension, attraction)
- A torque (rotation, axial realignment, bending).
- Direct action is force via physical contact and is the result of surfaces of objects touching each other, by which the natural physical acceleration of one object is experienced as a force by the other object. Examples:
- The g-rise acceleration of the Earth’s surface. This is felt by our physical bodies as the g-force.
- The g-fall compression of charge shell(s) enveloping the g-rising nucleonic membrane surface. This replaces the “strong interaction” or “color force” of Current Science.
- The g-rise pressure and acceleration of space on matter. The measure of inertia. The deceleration of neutral unbound matter (Pioneer Spacecraft Anomaly).
- The g-rise pressure and acceleration of space on electric charge shells. The acceleration of charged matter (cosmic rays).
- Action at a distance is force between objects via movement/synergy fields that add to the natural isotropic acceleration floor of the intervening space.
- G-rise/spinfield hollow effects. The net effect is always “on“. Can only add.
- G-spin/magnetic force field. The net effect can be “on” or “off“. The di-pole magnetic field can be balanced by addition with other magnets. However, the underlying quantum spin/magnetic force fields always remain.
- Electric dipole charge shells. The positive and negative electric fields provide an action at a distance force that can be neutralized by di-pole addition. The net electric charge can be “off” as with a neutral atom, or “on” as with a charged ion. However, the underlying electric charge force fields always remain.