NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

heat

In Neu Theory, heat is a measure of the quantity of bound rise (kinetic) energy stored with collections of matter objects using spin (radiant) energy units. Heat is not an individual atomic property, it is a collective property of large numbers of vibrating atoms that is measured as temperature. One individual ion or atom does not have a temperature, it only has the kinetic energy of motion. Heat is a measure of the kinetic energy content of a collection of matter objects.

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