NEU Theory

spin effects

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In Neu Theory, spin effects are the rules of interaction by the constant one-way rotation of quantum matter objects at the elementary and primary levels:

  • spin is always a dipole addition
  • like spins resist interaction
  • unlike spins remain neutral
  • The spins of cores [1a][1b] is never lost or cancelled, it always has to be somewhere.
  • The spin of the membrane [2] begins when the non-spinning neutron membrane [2a] detaches into the spinning electron ball [2b], and ends, when the spinning electron ball [2b] changes back into the non-spinning neutron membrane [2a].
  • there is a net residual spin that remains after all the component spins are added unless the dipoles are equally balanced.
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