The model hypothesizes, since primordial time N quantum units of absolute spin movement/energy (~939 MeV each) and N quantum units (~939 MeV each) of absolute rise movement/energy, have been physically linked together forming N quantum units (~1.674 x 10-27 kg each) of a primal matter object with dynamic properties. These quantum units of primal matter are the ordinary neutrons found in nature.Figure 0.6 – The Neutron[/caption]
The b-state of matter begins with the little bang transformation. One of the neutrons particles, the contained plasm matter V3, spontaneously de-links all its Type II matter substance (0.000833u) into two equal spin and rise energy quanta (0.000833u each).
- the positive electric charge shell [6+] ( 0.5×0.000833u) enveloping the proton core [1b]
- the negative electric charge shell [6-] ( 0.5×0.000833u) enveloping the electron ball [2b].
All the free absolute rise movement/energy from the plasm matter shell (0.000833u) unequally splits into:
- the elementary particle of space zomon  that isotropically expands and diffuses-in-place at the accelerating speed of light (~2/3 0.000833u)
- the kinetic motion  of the proton and electron couple (~1/3 0.000833u) as they depart away (not exactly opposite) from each other at less than light speed.
The rise movement/energy distribution between space and motion is a continuous spectrum but the total energy adds up to 0.000833u
Natural acceleration acts on the elementary particles creating the four great accelerations of nature. These generate the elementary forces of nature that interact by direct action and action-at-a-distance between the elementary particles and their various collections.
Forms of Movement in Nature
All forms of movement observed in nature are called natural movement.
There are 3 forms of natural movement:
- Absolute Movement
- Physical Acceleration
- Relative Motion
Absolute movement is primal movement at the speed of light by the two primal quantum movement/energy twins, spin and rise.
Natural acceleration is the perpetual universal uniform acceleration of the constant speed of absolute movement.
The natural acceleration constant a, perpetually and synchronously acts on all N primal spin and rise quanta of energy irrespective of their place in the cosmos.
1. Absolute Movement
Absolute movement is the movement of energy at the speed of light. Specifically absolute movement is the perpetual one-directional isotropic movement of the primal quantum energy forms at the current speed of light. In the model the speed of light c undergoes a perpetual universal uniform acceleration, the constant a.
There are two equal but different forms of quantum absolute movement. Primal spin absolute movement/energy is called a-spin energy (or spinergy) Primal rise absolute movement/energy is called a-rise energy (or risergy).
Most of the spinergy and risergy in nature is linked together as the three elementary particles of matter [3a] and not available for individual inspection.
The four elementary energy particles are forms of absolute movement/energy de-linked from plasm matter [3a]. Three of the elementary energy particles; the two electric charge shells [6+][6-] and the zomon of space ; are forms of absolute movements at the speed of light, that is itself naturally accelerating. One elementary particle, the photon of light , is a form of movement at the speed of light that does not naturally accelerate.
- [6+] Positive electric charge shell surrounding the proton core [1b] – equal split absolute spin movement/energy shell (a-spin energy) with a positive electric field [7+] extending into space .
- [6-] Negative electric charge shell surrounding the electron [2b] – equal and opposite mirror-split absolute spin movement/energy shell (a-spin energy) with a negative electric field [7-] extending into space .
-  Absolute free rise movement/energy shell (a-rise energy) – an expanding and diffusing-in-place zomon burst of space .
-  Photon of Light – does not accelerate with space. This non-acceleration is the cause of redshift.
2. Physical Acceleration
- For matter particles the intrinsic physical movement is: 1) an accelerating-in-place body (g-rise); 2) a physical rotation-in-place (g-spin)
- For spin energy electric charge shells the intrinsic physical movement is: an accelerating shrinking-in-place (g-fall) body that counteracts the g-rise of the accelerating-in-place matter surface the charge shell(s) surround.
- For rise energy zomons the intrinsic physical movement is: accelerating g-rise expansion and diffusion-in-place.
G-Spin of Matter:
- Quantum spin of neutron cores [1a] generates an anti-parallel magnetic field  (-1.0 neu magneton, ~ -0.966 x 10-26 J T-1).
- Quantum spin of proton cores [1b] generates a parallel magnetic field  (+1.46 neu magneton, ~ +1.410 x 10-26 J T-1).
- Quantum spin of the electron [2b] generates an anti-parallel magnetic field  (-960.92 neu magneton, ~ -928.476 x 10-26 J T-1).
G-Rise of Matter:
- Acceleration-in-place of matter  forms creates the g-rise/spinfield  effects that we call gravity.
G-Fall of Electric Charge:
- Acceleration-in-place of the positive charge shell(s) [6+] holds the neucleon cells of a nuclide together.
- Acceleration-in-place of the negative charge shell [6-] around the electron and muon.
G-Rise of Space:
- Acceleration-in-place of ~ 0,87N expanding and diffusing-in-place zomons (average ~8.40 x 10-14 Joules) of space  creates the cosmic volume with its inertial field.
- Average maintained space density (est. ~1.82 x 10-14 J/m3) pressure is the source of Newton’s 1st law of motion.
- Space g-rise acceleration opposite to matter g-rise acceleration is the measure of mass.
- Space pressure and acceleration is at right angles (90°) to the photon energy bubble, and is the direct cause of photon redshift.
3. Relative Motion
Relative motion is the linear, rotational, and orbital velocity of matter objects moving in space at speeds less than the speed of light. Relative motion is a vector movement with a speed and direction in a given frame of reference. Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity is based on relative motion.
The Speed of Natural Movement
The speed (and acceleration) of all natural movement is measured relative to “c”, the speed of light constant @ 299 792 458 meters per second.
Laws of Natural Movement
All forms of natural movement must obey one of two laws, called the 1st law and the 2nd law. These correspond to the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics of current science:
- A 1st law movement naturally accelerates with time, thus maintaining its energy value.
- A 2nd law movement does not accelerate with time, thus losing relative energy value. This loss of energy value is natural entropy.