NEU Theory

Unanswered Questions

    1. Why is there something (substance) instead of nothing (void)? Conversely, metaphysically, can there be nothing without a pre-existing something?
    2. Is N odd or even? If N is odd, is it a prime number near 3.0×1079 as assumed by the model? What are the primes near 3.0×1079?
    3. Why is the mass distribution between the neutron particles invariant (core=0.998623,  membrane=0.000544, plasm=0.00833) , and why is it specifically that ratio? The answer "it has to be something" is not quite sufficient. Would a different ratio create a different universe with different constants? If the homeostasis apparent size is naturally maintained by a fixed N and invariant n mass distribution, would a different mass ratio with different constants naturally generate a different atomic and cosmic size?
    4. How would nature adjust to a different rate of natural acceleration a
    5. Is the mass loss or gain equally spread over all the captive protons in a neucleon cluster as hypothesized by the model, for example as in positron emission? If so, how is that topologically possible?
    6. Do cores deform from the spherical from natural spin, or under charge shield pressure in a neucleon cluster? Assuming that Type I matter is a homogenous liquid at absolute density, wouldn’t that allow for spherical deformation, reducing the need for neucleonic hills? The Type I matter membrane particle is assumed by the model to be malleable.
    7. Why are there relatively so few (0.000085 N) free deuterons (hydrogen-2) and so many (0.1244 N) deuteron pairs (helium-4)?
    8. Why are there no neucleon clusters with 19, 35, 39, 61, 89, 115, 139 cells? Why are the missing cluster numbers all odd?
    9. How do positively charged neucleon clusters even reach the super strong positive charge shield of the neucleon super cluster core, and then penetrate through it to merge with the core that is g-rising at the speed of light? The Milky Way galaxy’s neucleonic core positive electric charge shield is calculated by the model to be a 75 kilometers thick shell of pure absolute isotropic spin energy (~2.27×1063 eV) g-falling at the speed of light.
    10. How do neutrons get out of an electric supercell hollow (black hole) with its light speed hyper spinfield?
    11. Will planetary satellites orbiting a stellar size electric supercell (black hole) follow the galactic hyper spinfield rule of uniform orbital speed as the model requires? This local hyper spinfield effect may be observable for an orbiting  planet beyond a certain distance from a stellar supercell within our galaxy.
    12. Will the CMB radiation peaks be shown to decrease with time, or will the radiation peaks be maintained as the cosmic homeostatic temperature as described by the model? In what time frame would such an effect be noticeable and measurable. The universe is assumed by the model to not get colder than the current 2.7 °K.