NEU Theory

neu number

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In Neu Theory, the integer sum of the two matter states (neutral a-state and electric b-state) that make up any material object beginning with the atomic elements and isotopes. The neu number is the same as the mass number, (baryon number) of current science.

In principle neu number is a precise whole number. In practice the neu number of ordinary objects of reality can only be approximated because of the smallness of the unit. For example the neu number of:

  • One gram of neutrons is approximately 5.971×1023.
  • One gram of hydrogen (H1) is approximately 5.976×1023.
  • One gram of carbon (C12) is approximately 6.022×1023.
  • One gram of iron (Fe56) is approximately 6.028×1023.

By adding all the neu numbers of all the objects in the universe we arrive at the largest neu number of all, the Cosmic Population Number N.

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