The Four Primal Physical Quantities of Nature
What are Things Made of?
Any physical theory must address the question: What are things made of?
Neu theory says that a simple, coherent, working model of physical reality can be built by postulating only four primal physical quantities:
- A quantum form of perpetual movement/energy at the speed of light called Spin.
- A quantum form of perpetual movement/energy at the speed of light called Rise.
- A uniform universal acceleration of the speed of light, the constant “a” – meaning, the speed at c of both movement/energies is in a perpetual state of uniform acceleration.
- A large invariant number called N. N is the number of linked quantum pairs of spin and rise movement/energy forms in the universe. We can only estimate what this cosmic number is, but in principle it is a precise number that has never changed. It includes everything that existed in the past, everything that exists now, and everything that ever will exist in the future.