NEU Theory


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In Neu Theory, neucleons are the building blocks of atomic nuclei. A neucleon (note: spelling) is a neutron cell with 1, 2, or 3 spinning cores. A neucleon is a neutral single cell structure below a positive electric charge shield. There are only three nucleons found in nature. All atoms, except H1, are built from these:

The protons that contribute their individual charge shells to the composite electric charge shield of the nuclide are considered “captives” as they are always contained within the plasm matter of a neutron cell, and all mass loss or gain is hypothesized to come from them.

In the nucleus, it is the properties of the individual neucleons that add. Examples:

  • The triton (H3), is a two neucleon cell structure consisting of one deuteron cell plus one neutron cell.
  • The alpha (He4) is a two neucleon cell structure consisting of two deuteron cells.
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