NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

g-fall

In Neu Theory, g-fall is the physical contraction of electric charge shell spin energy that envelops protons, electrons, and neucleon clusters. The contraction is caused by natural acceleration a.  The contraction of the spin energy shell(s) provides a resistance to the g-rise of the matter structure it surrounds. This creates tension within the electric charge shell layers that changes their thickness (NMCR Table – Column AD). It is this reaction tension that holds the neucleon cells cluster together. There is no need for the “strong nuclear force” hypothesized by current science.

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