The Ten Postulates
The Initial Assumptions about Nature
The Neu Theory model of physical reality begins by making the following ten initial assumptions about nature. The theory is “front-loaded”, which essentially means that everything that will be needed later by the model is part of these basic assumptions. It is postulated:
- The universe as observed is in physical homeostasis.
- The universe is made from an invariant large number of identical matter objects.
- Each identical matter object has an invariant three part physical topology.
- Each identical matter object must exist in one of two physical states. The a-state or the b-state.
- Each identical matter object is made from two discrete linked quantum forms of absolute movement/energy that intrinsically move at the speed of light c, and are uniformly accelerating with the constant a.
- The speeds and acceleration of the two quantum absolute movement/energies are perpetually synchronized.
- The two quantum absolute movement/energies are fixed and equal in value.
- The direction of each quantum absolute movement/energy is unique, fixed at right angles to the other, and can never change.
- One absolute movement/energy cannot change into the other.
- Only equal quantities of the two absolute movement/energies can link and de-link.