The Primal Prototype Object of Nature
Primitive Shapes in Nature
- torus (ball w/ one hole)
The Primal Prototype Object of Nature
The three primitive shapes combine together to make one composite object similar to an egg or a cell. This is the ordinary neutron. All physical structures in nature are made from a large number of these primal cells that must exist in one of two physical states, the a-state as the neutron or the b-state as the hydrogen atom.
The Neutron Cell
The ordinary neutron is hypothesized as the primal prototype object of nature, the a-state. The neutron is completely neutral. There is no evidence of any electric charge within the body of a neutron. The neutron has the topology of a simple 3 part cell with the dynamic properties of:
- V1 is the neutron core volume [1a] (ball shape) defined by the primal S1 surface with area A1. V1 & A1 are natural constants. The empirically measured charge radius of the proton (~0.841 x 10-15 m) is set as the basis for the physical standard for atomic volume (2.499 063 x 10-45 m3). The neutron core is hypothesized to have the same mass (1.672 631 x 10-27 kg) and volume (2.499 063 x 10-45 m3) as the proton. The neutron core can be simply considered as the perpetual one-way spin of a one surface (S1) physical body consisting of a homogeneous drop of Type I spinrise matter at an absolute density (6.693×1017 kg/m3). The perpetual spin of the neutron core matter generates a permanent magnetic moment (-0.966 236 x 10-26 J T-1) with the north magnetic pole “anti-parallel” to the core spin axis. The neutron core’s right hand spin axis (north up) along with its (north down) magnetic polarity provides a permanent primary direction of reference in nature.
- V2 is the neutron membrane volume [2a] (ball w/ one hollow or shell shape) contained between the primal S2 – S3 surfaces with areas A2 and A3. The two surfaces define a shell thickness “t.” V2 is a natural constant. The primal surface areas A2 -A3 and the shell thickness t are natural variables. The neutron membrane can be visualized as a non-spinning two surface body (S2-S3) consisting of a fixed volume (0.001 36 x 10-45 m3) of an uniformly thick homogenous layer of Type I spinrise matter (9.109 382 x 10−31 kg) at an absolute density (6.693×1017 kg/m3) that completely touches the neutron plasm surrounding the spinning core.
- V3 is the neutron plasm volume [3a] (topologically confined shell) contained between the primal S1 surface area of the core and the primal S2 surface area of the membrane hollow. V3 is a natural variable. The neutron plasm is the non-spinning substance contained within the hollow part (V3) of the ball w/ hollow shape. The substance is homogenous Type II spinrise matter (13.952 x 10-31 kg) that completely fills the entire volume between the spinning core and the non-spinning membrane. As the containment volume changes the plasm spinrise matter density changes. See Neu Mass & Charge Radii Table for nuclide volume and neucleon plasm density values.
The neutron magnetic dipole field (ball w/ one hole shape) is generated by the absolute density matter core spinning at the accelerating speed of absolute movement. This is a natural movement/synergy field that projects a magnetomotive force into space that varies in strength inversely with the square of the distance away from the spinning core.
- The magnetic dipole is permanently aligned with the spin axis.
- The magnetic strength and north/south polarity of the neutron is permanently fixed by nature.
All three volumes of neutron matter are subject to primal g-rise acceleration-in-place. This g-rise acceleration-in-place is the source of the phenomena we call “gravity.” The acceleration-in-place starts at the S1 surface of the core. As the core is at absolute density with a fixed mass and volume, the g-rise value is also fixed at 1.57 x 10-7 m/s2. The g-rise acceleration-in-place value at the outer S3 surface of the membrane varies with the overall volume of the neutron.
The acceleration-in-place projects a spinfield into space.
- In General Relativity spacetime is the “bending” or “warping” of space itself by the presence of mass. The greater the mass contained within a unit volume the larger the warp and slower the flow of time.
- In Neu Theory the spinfield, like every other field in nature, is a projection into space, that does not change the underlying properties of space itself. In Neu Theory space is a substance, i.e., a homogenous volume of free rise energy that isotropically expands and diffuses-in-place at the accelerating speed of absolute movement. Rise energy is a permanent “straight” one-way movement that cannot change. Space never bends, and the flow of time is the natural acceleration constant a.