NEU Theory


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In Neu Theory, the moment of historical time during which a physical structure exists. In the model all physical entities are ultimately constructed from two perpetual movement/energy forms. The movements are fixed in value and immortal but the fundamental entities they continuously form have lifetimes.

  • The quantum whole neutron is stable with an indefinite lifetime when bound to a nucleus, but its plasm will spontaneously fragment in a relatively brief 15 minutes when free of the nuclear charge shield.
  • The spinrise membranes have the longest lifetimes in nature – except for electron/positron annihilation, they are as close as you can get to being immortal – their mass remaining constant as they transform between the neutral state as a neutron shell, and electric state as an electron.
  • The spinrise cores as protons have the next longest lifetimes in nature, but as they lose and gain mass through nuclear processes, over a long enough moment of time proton spinrise will intermix.
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