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fundamental physical form

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In Neu Theory, a fundamental physical form is the term used by the model, that refers to one of the eleven elementary things that make up nature. The term is inclusive, meaning all of nature can be described by these eleven forms and there is nothing else that is required. The eleven fundamental forms of nature are:

# Name Substance Shape Comment
[1] neutron core

spinrise matter quanta     (0.998623 u)

ball future proton core
[2] neutron membrane spinrise matter quanta            (0.000 544 u) shell future electron “ball”
[3] neutron plasm spinrise matter quanta             (0.000 833 u) shell future electricity, space, motion and light
[4] g-spin/magnetism movement/synergy field open torus magnetic force
[5] g-rise/spinfield movement/synergy field open shell gravity force and effects
[6] electric dipole charge shells free spin energy quanta mirror-split shells electric “straight jackets” stuck to neutral matter balls
[7] electric fields movement/synergy fields open shells electric potential energy
[8] zomon free rise energy quanta ball expanding & diffusing-in-place space quanta
[9] motion 2nd law bound rise energy (host) kinematic behavior
[10] electric hollow movement/synergy field shell atomic light matrix shell
[11] photon 2nd law free spin energy shell spin energy bubble carried by space



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