NEU Theory


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1. In Current Science, radiation is the emission and transmission of energy in the form of (esp. electromagnetic) waves or moving subatomic particles.

2. In Neu theory, radiation is a general term that applies to:

  • The emission of photons (from atomic and nuclear events) which are then transported by moving space filling the cosmic volume until they are absorbed by matter.
  • The emission of electrons, helium-4 nuclei, and other sub atomic objects from nuclear activity into space with varying kinetic energies.
  • The isotropic flux of fully ionized nuclei (cosmic rays) filling space.
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