NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

The Four Quantum & Topologically Contained States

The Building Blocks of Atomic Architecture

The four quantum and & topologically contained physical states are made from 5 elementary particles, and provide 5 primary objects that build the atoms and isotopes. The 5 primary objects are:

The Two Quantum Physical States

The primal prototype cell naturally exists in one of two quantum states.

  • The neutral a-state. The a-state is the primal cell as the neutral neutron (See Figure 0.5 – a-state). As part of the neutron the [3a] plasm is topologically “bottled.”
  • the electric b-state. The  b-state is the transformation of the primal cell into the electric proton/electron couple (See Figure 0.5 – b-state). In the electric state the [3a] plasm has been “let out of its topological bottle” becoming the [3b] forms of electricity, space/motion, and light with the formation of hydrogen.

Each quantum state is equal to one natural unit of physical number. This natural unit is the neu (neutron equivalent unit). The neu is the atomic mass and energy unit in the Neu Theory model.

four diagrams showing balls and balls within balls with red bands representing the neutron, hydrogen, deuterium, and helium-3
Figure 0.5 - The Four Quantum & Topologically Contained States

The Two Topologically Combined Physical States

The two quantum states make two topologically combined states.

  • The ab-state is the deuteron nuclide in hydrogen-2 (See Figure 0.5 – ab-state). The deuteron is a neutron cell with 2 cores (1 neutron and 1 proton) embedded in the neutron plasm. The proton charge shell (shown in red) has migrated above the neutron membrane’s S3 surface.
  • The abb-state is the helion nuclide in helium-3 (See Figure 0.5 – abb-state). The helion is a neutron cell with 3 cores (1 neutron and 2 protons) embedded in the neutron plasm. Both proton charge shells (shown in red) have migrated above the neutron membrane S3 surface.
  • The ab-state & the abb-state are described in The Neucleon Clusters Hypothesis.

These four quantum & topologically contained physical states make all the atoms in nature.