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RS2-107: Mass and Gravity ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 157.4 Kb]

A discussion of the concepts of mass, weight and gravity in the Reciprocal System, as expressed by three dimensions of scalar motion.

A New Theory of Gravitation ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 88.2 Kb, Rev. 11]

A discussion of gravity as a 3-dimensional, inward, scalar motion.

Absolute Magnitudes of Physics ( Meyer, Frank ) [ 113 Kb, Rev. 6]

A universe of motion compotes the physical universe, in which motion is a reciprocal relation between space and time. All motion consists of discrete units. Each individual unit of motion is a relation between one unit of space and one unit of time, a motion at unit speed. This unit speed and its constituents, clock time and clock space, are absolute magnitudes. Unit speed is identified with the speed of the physical locations of photon. Absolute magnitudes do not exclude relative magnitudes, such as material speed, coordinate space and coordinate time. Mass, invariant with speed, as reported by I. Newton, L. Oken and D.B. Larson, is another fundamental absolute physical magnitude. The contention of some teachers of the theories of relativity that mass near unit speed is a relative magnitude, not an absolute magnitude, results from the misinterpretation of the equation, E=mc^2. E does not denote the total energy of a moving mass, but rather only the rest energy of the mass.

After 3000 Years ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 88.1 Kb, Rev. 5]

The most significant feature of this new development is that it is a general physical theory, one in which the basic laws and principles of all physical fields are derived from a single set of fundamental postulates, without making any further assumptions of any kind, and without introducing anything from any outside source. Construction of such a theory has been a major goal of science for three thousand years, and an immense amount of time and effort has been devoted to the task. But until now, all of these efforts have been totally unsuccessful. The failure has not been a matter of arriving at the wrong answers. Previous investigators have not been able to formulate any single theory that would give them any answers, right or wrong, to more than a mere handful of the millions of questions that a general physical theory must answer. As a result, present-day physical theory is not a single integrated structure, but a multitude of parts and pieces which, as the physicists admit, do not fit together very well. Every conclusion derived from currently accepted theory rests on hundreds, if not thousands, of separate assumptions.

Another Look at the Pulsar Phenomenon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 106.6 Kb, Rev. 14]

Astronomers have recognized in the pulsars, the extremely compact pulsating stellar objects, opportunities to test the correctness of the predictions of different theories of gravitation. Prof. KVK Nehru does so here, with the Reciprocal System.

Around Unexpected Corners ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 173.3 Kb, Rev. 9]

A lecture to a group of chemical engineering students on the history of the origins of the Reciprocal System of theory.

Association of Quasars with Other Astronomical Objects ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 89.4 Kb, Rev. 5]

Larson discusses the association of quasars with other astronomical objects, indicating a common origin.

Astronomical X-Ray Sources ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 180.9 Kb, Rev. 22]

An examination of astronomical x-ray sources which, in the Reciprocal System, are the various stages of white dwarf evolution, not separate entities.

At the Earth's Core: The Geophysics of Planetary Evolution ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 454.3 Kb, Rev. 35]

A reevaluation of the formation and internal structure of planets, in light of the Reciprocal System.

Atomic Number Equation Based on Larson’s Triplets ( Halprin, David ) [ 158.2 Kb, Rev. 4]

How to calculate the atomic number by a simple equation from Larson's A-B-C notation.

Ball Lightning ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 117.6 Kb, Rev. 4]

Of all the forms of lightning, ball lightning is, beyond any doubt, the most rare and mysterious. Even though it was discussed by Aristotle in the 4th century B.C. in his work on meterology, and has, in the intervening years been reported by thousands of reliable observers, it has only recently gained acceptance as a real phenomenon by the majority of scientific authorities. A survey conducted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1960 by J. Rand McNally, Jr. asked l5,923 employees if they had witnessed ball lightning, resulting in 515 positive replies. Sufficient evidence has now been accumulated to form a fairly compelling case for the existence of ball lightning, although its characteristics are such that no theory thus far submitted provides a satisfactory explanation.

Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 170.8 Kb, Rev. 6]

Commentary regarding Thomas Kirk's objections to Nehru's birotating photon model.

Calculus and Geometry ( V. Krishna, Gopi ) [ 123.4 Kb, Rev. 7]

An examination of the relationship of calculus to geometry in the context of the Reciprocal System.

Comments on BPOM, UOM and Outline ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 143.7 Kb, Rev. 6]

Some questions Nehru poses to Larson, concerning the books, "Basic Properties of Matter," "Universe of Motion," and the paper, "The Outline of the Deductive Development of a Universe of Motion."

Consciousness, Motion, Space and Time ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 93.5 Kb, Rev. 3]

The fact that we do not have a single theory, but only a collection of individual theories, goes to show that the basic concepts of these individual theories are not right. Therefore attempts to understand the occult truths from the points of view of these concepts—which are only provisional working hypotheses—cannot lead us to Truth but only speculations unlimited. The emergence of the first truly general theory, namely, the Reciprocal System of Theory created by Dewey B. Larson should be of immense interest to all the seekers of Truth. The conclusions of the Reciprocal System are factually verified in all the domains of physics and astronomy. It must be noted that there cannot be more than one correct general theory.

Cosmic Background Radiation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 127.4 Kb, Rev. 4]

A detailed explanation of the origin and structure of cosmic background radiation.

Dialogue II ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 316.5 Kb, Rev. 19]

More questions and answers between KVK Nehru and Dewey Larson, concerning the books "Nothing But Motion" and "Quasars and Pulsars."

Discussion on Satz Derivation of Planck's Constant ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 89.5 Kb, Rev. 9]

An analysis of Satz's derivation of Planck's Constant.

Dissecting the Birotating Photon ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 163.1 Kb, Rev. 4]

Kirk's comments on Nehru's concept of a birotating photon. Replied to by Nehru in "Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas."

Distribution of the Masses of Protostars in Globular Clusters ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 257 Kb, Rev. 24]

A technical analysis of the formation of globular clusters, that utilizes just gravity and the progression of the natural reference system to form stars and clusters. Discussed are the mass limits for stellar combustion, as well as radial separations.

Dreams, Symbolism, and Allegory ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 214.5 Kb, Rev. 6]

An analysis of dreams, symbolism and allegory as expressions of the life unit concept documented in Beyond Space and Time.

Electric Ionization ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 621.4 Kb, Rev. 20]

Nehru corrects some failings in Satz's papers, "Further Mathematics of the Reciprocal System" and "Photoionization and Photomagnetization," concerning the calculation of ionization of the elements.

Energies at High Speeds ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 115.6 Kb, Rev. 7]

An explanation of why acceleration decreases, rather than mass increasing, as objects approach the speed of light.

Extra-Dimensional & Extra-Terrestrial Entities ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 379.4 Kb, Rev. 139]

An analysis of the concept of an extra-dimensional entity, showing how dimension and density relate in the structure of the life unit. Also a discussion of extraterrestrial contact, and the problems the human psyche may encounter.

Four Types of Magnetism and Critical Universality ( Halprin, David ) [ 158.1 Kb, Rev. 2]

A discussion magnetism and the and the Liquid-Vapor criticality point.

Geochronology ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 1.6 Mb, Rev. 1]

Part 1 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origins of Homo Sapiens. Radioactive decay and stellar generations are used to do a reevaluation of geochronology, how we date ancient history. Natural consequences of this reevaluation bring science in line with religious and mythological dating, and give quite a different perspective on the origins of mankind.

Geoengineering, Chemtrails, HAARP, World Orders, Time Lines and Ascension ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 222.3 Kb, Rev. 1]

An analysis of the current geoengineering of Earth, including chemtrails, the upcoming solar transition, solar radio and x-ray emission, timelines and superstorms.

Glimpses Into the Structure of the Sun ( KVK,Nehru ) [ 1.9 Mb, Rev. 45]

An analysis of sunspots as a manifestation of motion in the intermediate and ultra-high speed temperature ranges, generating comagnetic effects.

Gravitation and the Galaxies ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 99.3 Kb, Rev. 6]

A look at how gravity affects galaxies.

Gravitational Deflection of a Light Beam ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 142.2 Kb, Rev. 15]

Calculations of the gravitational deflection of a light beam, due to coordinate time.

Gravitational Redshift ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 114 Kb, Rev. 4]

A n RS computation of the gravitational red shift, compared to the Relativity version.

High Energy Physics and the Reciprocal System ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 356.2 Kb, Rev. 11]

Great advances in technology in the recent decades of this century have made it possible to amass a wealth of experimental data of unprecedented scope and variety. Theory in the areas of Particle Physics and Astrophysics has been subjected to repeated revisions to cope up with the observed facts. Especially in the field of High Energy Physics exciting things have been happening. The Orthodoxy is becoming more tolerant to wild, if not crazy ideas and inventions of thought. In this backdrop, it might be desirable to survey the vicissitudes of the physical theory, hoping that we might learn something from the history.

Homo Sapiens Ethicus ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 783.2 Kb, Rev. 3]

Part 3 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origin of Homo Sapiens. A detailed discussion of bioenergy and its association with the processes of life, death, reincarnation and ascension, using Larson's Sector 3, "ethical level," as a model.

How Do We Meet the New Age Ushered ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 140.6 Kb, Rev. 8]

Another response from the suppression of the information on birotation by Satz, discussing how you CAN have rotation without anything to rotate, once you understand the concept.

Internal Ionization and Secondary Mass ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 198.6 Kb, Rev. 45]

A look at the influences that rotational vibration has on the concepts of mass and charge, and the interregional ratios applicable thereto.

Intrinsic Variables, Supernovae and the Thermal Limit ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 186 Kb, Rev. 28]

Analysis of how the thermal limit of atoms, applied to the large aggregate of stars, produces intrinsic variables and supernova.

Intrinsicality ( Halprin, David ) [ 141.9 Kb, Rev. 3]

A discussion of the intrinsic assumptions made b y other theories, and their implications on trying to understand the Reciprocal System.

Ionization Levels in the Reciprocal System ( Halprin, David ) [ 919.9 Kb, Rev. 12]

Calculations of ionization levels for the elements.

Is Ferromagnetism a Co-magnetic Phenomenon? ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 172.1 Kb, Rev. 11]

In the phenomenon of the ferromagnetism the material exhibits large spontaneous magnetization in the absence of any externally applied magnetic field, below a characteristic temperature called the Curie point. Relatively few elements are ferromagnetic.

Laws to Perception based on Notions of Motions ( Halprin, David ) [ 144.8 Kb, Rev. 4]

To date, current physics and its adherents have not shown any real depth of analysis into all the theoretically possible types of motion and their concomitant manifestations. So here begins a step-by-step investigation.

Lifetime of C-Argon, the Muon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 138.6 Kb, Rev. 7]

Calculation of the lifetime of the "antimatter" particle, cosmic argon.

Lifetimes of C-Atom Decays ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 145.9 Kb, Rev. 5]

Cosmic atom decay rates.

Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 150.3 Kb, Rev. 6]

An overview of the concept of "motion," and how scalar motion differs from vectorial motion.

Motion Fundamentals ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 99 Kb, Rev. 2]

I was asked by the Editor to respond to comments by the editorial referee on my article, “Derivation of Reciprocal System Mathematics", and also to comment on K.V.K. Nehru’s article, “On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation.” I was surprised to find that the primary concerns from the referee and the most unusual assertions by Nehru extended from a very fundamental level of Reciprocal System development. Though there is some considerable overlap of subject matter between the two, it is necessary to discuss each separately due to the profound importance of the issues and the danger of confusion if subjects are intertwined.

New Light on the Gravitational Deflection ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 131 Kb, Rev. 12]

I have discussed in an earlier paper, “The Gravitational Deflection of Light Beam in the Reciprocal System,” the effect of gravitation on the bending of the locus of a photon. Even though the role played by the coordinate time associated with the gravitational motion in deflecting the path of light was correctly depicted therein, I believe that the mathematical implications were not correctly brought out. Especially, in the case of equation (6) there, though its existence was correctly recognized, its physical significance was misconstrued. The present paper, therefore, attempts to overcome these shortcomings and derives the mathematical expression for the angle through which the path of light beam deflects in the vicinity of a mass.

New World Religion ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 737 Kb, Rev. 173]

Part 2 of the anthropology series on the hidden origins of homo sapiens; a discussion of Project Blue Beam, and how the powers that be are using technology in an attempt to divert the course of spiritual development in mankind.

On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 210.3 Kb, Rev. 12]

A detailed description of the concept of birotation, and how it explains many of the concepts associated with the photon.

Outline of the Reciprocal System ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 451.3 Kb, Rev. 33]

An outline detailing the deductive development of Larson's Reciprocal System, a theory of a universe based on motion.

Periodicals Collection Master Index ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 3.5 Mb, Rev. 48]

An index by Volume, author and paper title of all of the periodicals that ISUS has produced (New Science Advocates, Reciprocity and ISUS News).

Precession of the Planetary Perihelia ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 144.9 Kb, Rev. 7]

An explanation, with calculations, of the precession of the planets due to the concept of 3D, coordinate time.

Preparing for the Reciprocal System ( V Krishna, Gopi ) [ 350.1 Kb, Rev. 33]

The purpose of this booklet is to take a look at the theory and its development by approaching the fundamental postulates in a slightly different manner than usually presented, for instance, as in Larson’s careful descriptions of the Outline of the Reciprocal System and Lawrence Denslow’s clarification of the Fundamentals of Scalar Motion. While efforts have so far been made to highlight the development of the theory from the postulates, it appears that a fresh effort, one that leads to the postulates by preparation, is necessary at this point of time. Larson’s own research work, after all, began thirty years before he published the first book, comprising many stages of thinking, all of which are quite vital for a full understanding. This approach could, perhaps, not only give the new student a way through commonly encountered difficulties, but also provide a connection to existent scientific practices.

Quantum Mechanics ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 316 Kb, Rev. 48]

While the Wave Mechanics has been very successful mathematically, it contains some fundamental errors. The principal stumbling block has been the ignorance of the existence of the Time Region and its peculiar characteristics. The crucial points that need to be recognized are that the wave associated with a moving particle, in a system of atomic dimensions, exists in the equivalent space of the Time Region: and that switching from the particle view to the wave view is equal in significance to shifting from the standpoint of the three-dimensional spatial reference frame to that of the three-dimensional temporal reference frame that is germane to the Time Region. To imagine that even gross objects have a wave associated with them is a mistake: the question of the wave does not arise unless the phenomena concerned enter the Time Region.

Quasars—Three Years Later ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 355.2 Kb, Rev. 22]

This paper is a supplement to the book, Quasars and Pulsars, updating information contained therein.

Que Sara Sara ( Halprin, David ) [ 185.9 Kb, Rev. 13]

As a result of my recent rereading of various sections of the texts on the Reciprocal System of Theory, with a view to making an attempt to find a simple approach to teach the theory to newly interested “students,” I came across, what appears to me to be, thirteen assumptions, listed below in the form either as a stated assumption or as a question re explicit or implicit assumptions uncovered.

RS2-101 Creating a Theory ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 529 Kb, Rev. 40]

An introduction to the concept of frameworks; what occurs naturally and what man has created to express the natural framework in symbols.

RS2-102 Fundamental Postulates ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 204.4 Kb, Rev. 61]

The fundamental postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory and a detailed description of what they define and how they relate.

RS2-103: The Reevaluation ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 220.6 Kb, Rev. 16]

An overview of the goals of the RS2 reevaluation of Larson's Reciprocal System of theory, and the direction it is taking for future research.

RS2-104: Scalar Motion ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 157.3 Kb, Rev. 17]

Anyone who has explored the realm of the science that lies beyond what is taught in the classroom, will undoubtedly run across the term “scalar” without any consistency of application. Scalar waves, scalar energy, scalar motion, scalar this, scalar that… it appears the term is popular to describe something that the author does not quite understand themselves. This paper explains the "scalar" concept and how it is used in the Reciprocal System.

RS2-105: Quantum π ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 220.7 Kb, Rev. 17]

In Miles Mathis’ papers concerning PI: “What is Pi?” and “The Extinction of Pi,” he cause considerable controversy with his conclusions that PI is an acceleration and has a value of 4.0, not the conventional 3.14159265… . As to what is correct, the answer in the Reciprocal System is “all of the above,” with the caveat that the values are reference system dependent.

RS2-106: Dimensions and Displacements ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 158.8 Kb, Rev. 33]

A description of the dimensions of motion (the scalar dimensions), how the units of motion relate to those dimensions, what the "clock" is and how displacements are derived from those dimensions to create physical structure.

RS2-107: Mass and Gravity ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 157.4 Kb, Rev. 22]

A discussion of the concepts of mass, weight and gravity in the Reciprocal System, as expressed by three dimensions of scalar motion.

Radio Component Separation in Quasars ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 109.6 Kb, Rev. 7]

A calculation of the angular separation of radio components in quasars.

Relative Abundance of the Elements ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 371.8 Kb, Rev. 16]

A calculation of the relative abundance of elements--how many of whiat element are present in the Universe, by default.

Remodelling the Big Bang ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 109 Kb, Rev. 7]

A look at the origins of the Universe.

Some Thoughts on Spin ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 174.8 Kb, Rev. 9]

An investigation into the nature of spin, expanding the concept to include both rotation (spin-1) and solid rotation (spin-1/2).

Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System of Theory ( KVK, Nehru; Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 214.2 Kb, Rev. 19]

Some observations by Prof. KVK Nehru on the books, Nothing But Motion and New Light on Space and Time, with Larson's replies.

String Theory Analysis ( Halprin, David ) [ 286.4 Kb, Rev. 18]

Summary and overview of what I comprehend re the stages, that current physics has been through, and will be at its hoped-for penultimate goal presently, and what its advocates have achieved and partly solved, and what they hope has yet to be solved, and will be solved, gray matter permitting.

Subatomic Mass, Recalculated ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 296.4 Kb, Rev. 16]

A recalculation of Larson's original subatomic particle masses, using more recent values (1995). Includes neutrino updates from the Subatomic Mass, Recalculated, Update paper.

Superconductivity: A Time Region Phenomenon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 237.3 Kb, Rev. 16]

An analysis of superconductivity, where the superconductive properties are due to birotating electrons, not the temperature of the material.

Technology in the Aquarian Age ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 123.4 Kb, Rev. 7]

A short discussion of the potential impact of the Reciprocal System on humanity.

The Colonization of Tiamat ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 1 Mb, Rev. 1]

Are galaxies, far, far away actually solar systems, close, close, nearby? Mounting evidence is definitely pointing to this situation. If this is the case, then Intervention Theory, the concept that says we've been visited by ETs many times in the past, may also have supporting evidence. This paper analyzes the galactic solar system idea and discusses the arrival of the first visitors, the Cyclopeans.

The Constitution of The United States of America ( Halprin, David ) [ 111.4 Kb, Rev. 5]

Here we have a limited parallel between the laws of Northern America and the role that they play in the administration of the life of the inhabitants, living therein and the laws of physics, pertaining to all the states of matter, that exist, or may exist, within the Physical Universe.

The Density Gradient in White Dwarf Stars ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 102.9 Kb, Rev. 5]

Larson examines the white dwarf stars in light of faster-than-light speeds creating an inverse density structure.

The Dimensions of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 212.3 Kb, Rev. 5]

Some of the most significant consequences are related to the dimensions of this hitherto unrecognized type of motion. The word “dimension” is used in several different senses, but in the sense in which it is applied to space it signifies the number of independent magnitudes that are required for a complete definition of a spatial quantity. It is generally conceded that space is three-dimensional. Thus three independent magnitudes are required for a complete definition of a quantity of space. Throughout the early years of science this was taken as an indication that the universe is three-dimensional. Currently, the favored hypothesis is that of a four-dimensional universe, in which the three dimensions of space are joined to one dimension of time.

The Gravitational Limit and Hubble's Law ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 233.8 Kb, Rev. 11]

Gravitation and Space-time Progression (STP) are the two oppositely directed scalar motions that decide the outcome of all physical phenomena in the universe of motion. There are two hitherto unknown features of gravitation that the Reciprocal System has brought to light. The first one, which is relevant to atomic-scale phenomena, is that in the context of the familiar three-dimensional stationary frame of reference, the direction of gravitation reverses at the unit space limit: it manifests as a repulsive force in the time region--the region inside unit space. This phenomenon forms the basis of cohesion in solids. The second feature is relevant to large-scale phenomena and is concerned with gravitation of mass aggregates.

The Inter-Regional Ratio ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 189.5 Kb, Rev. 12]

An explanation of the Inter-regional ratio, that determines the effectiveness of rotation in the time region on space.

The Interaction Velocity of the Electric Force ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 185.6 Kb, Rev. 12]

An experiment to determine if the interaction velocity of the electric force is at the speed of light, or beyond.

The Large-Scale Structure of the Physical Universe ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 398.2 Kb, Rev. 33]

A look at the giant voids in inter-galactic space, their origin and evolution. Includes a detailed mathematical analysis of the size, structure and lifetime of these cosmic "bubbles" creating the voids.

The Larson Number System ( Halprin, David ) [ 94.8 Kb, Rev. 2]

A short summary of how Larson's integer numbering system works, and the difference between speed and displacement.

The Law of Conservation of Direction ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 200.9 Kb, Rev. 12]

Some students of the Reciprocal System (RS) have been disputing the explanation of the intrinsic structure of the photons, given by Larson, the originator of the RS. No amount of discussion, so far, seemed to throw additional light in overcoming the logical objections raised. An examination of the situation undertaken by the present investigator revealed that a crucial fact of fundamental nature is being missed hitherto, both by the originator and the other students. It is found that a recognition of this fact not only clarifies the photon situation entirely but also throws light on many collateral issues where gaps in the logical development of the theory exist, thus rendering the theory more cogent. Some of these new developments are reported in this paper.

The Lifetime of the Neutron ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 140.3 Kb, Rev. 5]

A calculation of the mass of the compound neutron, the "neutron" of conventional physics.

The Liquid State, Part 1—General Theory ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 122.7 Kb, Rev. 9]

This is the first of a series of publications that will describe an entirely new theory of the liquid state of matter: a theory which not only provides a full qualitative explanation of the physical properties of liquids but also furnishes the means whereby accurate numerical values of these properties applicable to different liquids can be calculated from the chemical composition, temperature, and pressure.

The Liquid State, Part 2—Relation to Temperature ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 533.2 Kb, Rev. 15]

This is the second of a series of publications which will present a complete new theoretical treatment of the liquid state. As brought out in the first paper, the results reported herein have been derived entirely by extension and elaboration of the consequences of two new postulates as to the nature of space and time which were formulated and explained by the author in a previously published in The Structure of the Physical Universe.

The Liquid State, Part II Supplement ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 616.4 Kb, Rev. 14]

This supplement to the original paper II in the liquid series has been prepared as a means of answering some questions that have been raised concerning the application of Equation (3), the volume-temperature relationship, to liquids other than those of the simple organic type.

The Liquid State, Part III ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 480.9 Kb, Rev. 13]

This is the third of a series of papers describing a complete new theory of the liquid state. The two previous publications have outlined the new theoretical structure and have established the mathematical relationship between volume and temperature. We now continue the volume study by examining the relation of this property to chemical composition and molecular structure.

The Mythical Universe of Modern Astronomy ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 179.9 Kb, Rev. 7]

Larson examines the current state of astronomy and compares it to the much simpler Reciprocal System interpretation.

The Nature of Scalar Rotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 471.5 Kb, Rev. 29]

A preliminary examination of the way units of motion fold across the unit speed boundary, producing states that are similar to the energy levels of the conventional, quantum atom.

The New Science of the Twenty-First Century ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 345.8 Kb, Rev. 10]

Larson's keynote address for the third Annual ISUS conference at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, August 18, 1978. Also published in Frontiers of Science, Volume III, No. 5, July-August, 1981.

The Nuclear Atom? ( Halprin, David ) [ 111 Kb, Rev. 3]

The true theory of the physical universe, from microcosmis to macrocosmos.

The Origins of Planetary Rotation ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 164.9 Kb, Rev. 4]

Basically, modern science does not have any explanation of planetary rotation, nor why all the planets spin in the same direction. But thanks to the Reciprocal System of Theory, and the conclusions derived on planetary formation, we now have the answer buried in the "white dwarf" core of the planet, and its intense magnetic field.

The Photon as Birotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 275.7 Kb, Rev. 13]

Details of the consequences of the birotating photon model.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 78.4 Kb, Rev. 3]

An alternate description of a photon, using two scalar dimensions to describe its properties.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 209.1 Kb, Rev. 6]

The development presented here provides a reconciliation of the apparent conflict between the left-right vectorial motion and the inward-outward motion of the photon. This is shown on page 50 and page 98 of Nothing But Motion. For those not familiar with the problem, this photon model in Nothing But Motion requires inward to be left vectorial and then switch to right vectorial in different units of time. Study was given to the problem from every conceivable angle and by applying every principle which related to the motion in question. (Careful examination was given to the copy of Reciprocity with the discussion of the photon by David Halprin and others.) After following many deductive trails, a complete rational correlation of all factors remained elusive. But then it finally hit me.

The Physics of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 195.8 Kb, Rev. 6]

An overview of the physics of motion, published in "Frontiers of Science," July-August, 1982.

The Problem of Swift “Action at a Distance” ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 146.5 Kb, Rev. 7]

An experiment to prove if instantaneous action-at-a-distance can be mechanically proven through the use of crystals and the electric field.

The Properties of Scalar Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 90.7 Kb, Rev. 8]

How to visualize the concept of scalar motion as differentiated from vectorial motion.

The Simple Essence of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of Physics ( Boardman, Jameela M. ) [ 283.7 Kb, Rev. 94]

An overview of the universality of the Reciprocal System model, without having to wade through volumes of heavy, detailed text to see it.

The Space-Time Universe ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 174.8 Kb, Rev. 20]

A five-part series that summarizes the work of Dewey Larson's Reciprocal System and compares it to Theosophy, using The Secret Doctrine and The Mahatma Letters for reference.

The Uncommitted Investigator ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 131.3 Kb, Rev. 20]

A short discussion on the uncommitted investigator, those basement researchers that produce new knowledge with their own skills and commitments, without corporate control.

The Wave Mechanics ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 196.2 Kb, Rev. 12]

A basic introduction examining motion in the time region as a conceptual explanation of the wave mechanics concept.

Theoretical Evaluation of Planck's Constant ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 141 Kb, Rev. 7]

A theoretical evaluation of the value of Planck's constant, derived from the concepts of the Reciprocal System.

Time and Timelines ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 249.6 Kb, Rev. 1]

A discussion on the nature of time and the temporal experiments run during the Phoenix III project.

Updated Values for Unit Space and Unit Time ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 122.9 Kb, Rev. 2]

A recalculation of the values for the natural units of space and time, based on the Rydberg Constant at infinity.

Basic Properties of Matter ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 12.2 Mb]

Volume II of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Analysis of solid cohesion, inter-atomic distances, compressibility, heat, electric currents, electrical resistance, electric and magnetic charges and ionization, magnetostatics, isotopes, radioactivity, atom building, mass and energy, in light of the reciprocal relation between space and time.

Fundamentals of Scalar Motion ( Denslow, Lawrence E. ) [ 1.9 Mb]

This present volume is solely an attempt to provide a clear straightforward presentation of some of the simpler aspects of the Reciprocal System of theory. It is not intended to supply any new developments other than terminology and the identification of the origin of certain fundamental concepts that are often assumed as a result of general familiarity with mathematics and the physical sciences. In that sense, it is an introduction to some of the concepts of scalar motion and their consequences for a theoretical universe of motion. The concepts introduced and the terminology used in this volume may be completely new and different from that familiar to most students of the physical sciences as previously presented on this planet. It is impossible to present new ideas completely in terms of old ideas, and therefore, it has become necessary to invent new ways of expressing the ideas so that they will not be mistaken for the old ideas.

New Light on Space and Time ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 7.3 Mb]

Larson's bird's-eye view of the entire development of the structure of the physical universe, as a concise, unified picture of his theoretical development of the Reciprocal System of theory. Starts with a summary of where we stand both conceptually and mathematically, then develops the RS theory.

Nothing But Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 8.8 Mb]

Volume I of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Covers the basic postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory, reference systems, radiation, gravitation, superluminal velocities, atoms, sub-atomic particles, the origin of physical constants, cosmic ray decay, simple and complex chemical compounds and the groundwork for future research.

Universe of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 12.3 Mb]

Volume III of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. The Reciprocal System as applied to astronomy, describing the origin and evolution of stars, globular clusters and galaxies. Describes the origin and the structure of quasars, pulsars and neutron stars, and other gravity-intense phenomena.

Boardman, Jameela M. [ 1]

The Simple Essence of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of Physics [ 283.7 Kb]

An overview of the universality of the Reciprocal System model, without having to wade through volumes of heavy, detailed text to see it.

Denslow, Lawrence E. [ 1]

Fundamentals of Scalar Motion [ 1.9 Mb]

This present volume is solely an attempt to provide a clear straightforward presentation of some of the simpler aspects of the Reciprocal System of theory. It is not intended to supply any new developments other than terminology and the identification of the origin of certain fundamental concepts that are often assumed as a result of general familiarity with mathematics and the physical sciences. In that sense, it is an introduction to some of the concepts of scalar motion and their consequences for a theoretical universe of motion. The concepts introduced and the terminology used in this volume may be completely new and different from that familiar to most students of the physical sciences as previously presented on this planet. It is impossible to present new ideas completely in terms of old ideas, and therefore, it has become necessary to invent new ways of expressing the ideas so that they will not be mistaken for the old ideas.

Halprin, David [ 10]

Atomic Number Equation Based on Larson’s Triplets [ 158.2 Kb]

How to calculate the atomic number by a simple equation from Larson's A-B-C notation.

Four Types of Magnetism and Critical Universality [ 158.1 Kb]

A discussion magnetism and the and the Liquid-Vapor criticality point.

Intrinsicality [ 141.9 Kb]

A discussion of the intrinsic assumptions made b y other theories, and their implications on trying to understand the Reciprocal System.

Ionization Levels in the Reciprocal System [ 919.9 Kb]

Calculations of ionization levels for the elements.

Laws to Perception based on Notions of Motions [ 144.8 Kb]

To date, current physics and its adherents have not shown any real depth of analysis into all the theoretically possible types of motion and their concomitant manifestations. So here begins a step-by-step investigation.

Que Sara Sara [ 185.9 Kb]

As a result of my recent rereading of various sections of the texts on the Reciprocal System of Theory, with a view to making an attempt to find a simple approach to teach the theory to newly interested “students,” I came across, what appears to me to be, thirteen assumptions, listed below in the form either as a stated assumption or as a question re explicit or implicit assumptions uncovered.

String Theory Analysis [ 286.4 Kb]

Summary and overview of what I comprehend re the stages, that current physics has been through, and will be at its hoped-for penultimate goal presently, and what its advocates have achieved and partly solved, and what they hope has yet to be solved, and will be solved, gray matter permitting.

The Constitution of The United States of America [ 111.4 Kb]

Here we have a limited parallel between the laws of Northern America and the role that they play in the administration of the life of the inhabitants, living therein and the laws of physics, pertaining to all the states of matter, that exist, or may exist, within the Physical Universe.

The Larson Number System [ 94.8 Kb]

A short summary of how Larson's integer numbering system works, and the difference between speed and displacement.

The Nuclear Atom? [ 111 Kb]

The true theory of the physical universe, from microcosmis to macrocosmos.

Huck, Rainer [ 3]

Ball Lightning [ 117.6 Kb]

Of all the forms of lightning, ball lightning is, beyond any doubt, the most rare and mysterious. Even though it was discussed by Aristotle in the 4th century B.C. in his work on meterology, and has, in the intervening years been reported by thousands of reliable observers, it has only recently gained acceptance as a real phenomenon by the majority of scientific authorities. A survey conducted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1960 by J. Rand McNally, Jr. asked l5,923 employees if they had witnessed ball lightning, resulting in 515 positive replies. Sufficient evidence has now been accumulated to form a fairly compelling case for the existence of ball lightning, although its characteristics are such that no theory thus far submitted provides a satisfactory explanation.

The Interaction Velocity of the Electric Force [ 185.6 Kb]

An experiment to determine if the interaction velocity of the electric force is at the speed of light, or beyond.

The Problem of Swift “Action at a Distance” [ 146.5 Kb]

An experiment to prove if instantaneous action-at-a-distance can be mechanically proven through the use of crystals and the electric field.

KVK, Nehru [ 39]

Another Look at the Pulsar Phenomenon [ 106.6 Kb]

Astronomers have recognized in the pulsars, the extremely compact pulsating stellar objects, opportunities to test the correctness of the predictions of different theories of gravitation. Prof. KVK Nehru does so here, with the Reciprocal System.

Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas [ 170.8 Kb]

Commentary regarding Thomas Kirk's objections to Nehru's birotating photon model.

Comments on BPOM, UOM and Outline [ 143.7 Kb]

Some questions Nehru poses to Larson, concerning the books, "Basic Properties of Matter," "Universe of Motion," and the paper, "The Outline of the Deductive Development of a Universe of Motion."

Consciousness, Motion, Space and Time [ 93.5 Kb]

The fact that we do not have a single theory, but only a collection of individual theories, goes to show that the basic concepts of these individual theories are not right. Therefore attempts to understand the occult truths from the points of view of these concepts—which are only provisional working hypotheses—cannot lead us to Truth but only speculations unlimited. The emergence of the first truly general theory, namely, the Reciprocal System of Theory created by Dewey B. Larson should be of immense interest to all the seekers of Truth. The conclusions of the Reciprocal System are factually verified in all the domains of physics and astronomy. It must be noted that there cannot be more than one correct general theory.

Cosmic Background Radiation [ 127.4 Kb]

A detailed explanation of the origin and structure of cosmic background radiation.

Dialogue II [ 316.5 Kb]

More questions and answers between KVK Nehru and Dewey Larson, concerning the books "Nothing But Motion" and "Quasars and Pulsars."

Discussion on Satz Derivation of Planck's Constant [ 89.5 Kb]

An analysis of Satz's derivation of Planck's Constant.

Distribution of the Masses of Protostars in Globular Clusters [ 257 Kb]

A technical analysis of the formation of globular clusters, that utilizes just gravity and the progression of the natural reference system to form stars and clusters. Discussed are the mass limits for stellar combustion, as well as radial separations.

Electric Ionization [ 621.4 Kb]

Nehru corrects some failings in Satz's papers, "Further Mathematics of the Reciprocal System" and "Photoionization and Photomagnetization," concerning the calculation of ionization of the elements.

Glimpses Into the Structure of the Sun [ 1.9 Mb]

An analysis of sunspots as a manifestation of motion in the intermediate and ultra-high speed temperature ranges, generating comagnetic effects.

Gravitational Deflection of a Light Beam [ 142.2 Kb]

Calculations of the gravitational deflection of a light beam, due to coordinate time.

Gravitational Redshift [ 114 Kb]

A n RS computation of the gravitational red shift, compared to the Relativity version.

High Energy Physics and the Reciprocal System [ 356.2 Kb]

Great advances in technology in the recent decades of this century have made it possible to amass a wealth of experimental data of unprecedented scope and variety. Theory in the areas of Particle Physics and Astrophysics has been subjected to repeated revisions to cope up with the observed facts. Especially in the field of High Energy Physics exciting things have been happening. The Orthodoxy is becoming more tolerant to wild, if not crazy ideas and inventions of thought. In this backdrop, it might be desirable to survey the vicissitudes of the physical theory, hoping that we might learn something from the history.

How Do We Meet the New Age Ushered [ 140.6 Kb]

Another response from the suppression of the information on birotation by Satz, discussing how you CAN have rotation without anything to rotate, once you understand the concept.

Internal Ionization and Secondary Mass [ 198.6 Kb]

A look at the influences that rotational vibration has on the concepts of mass and charge, and the interregional ratios applicable thereto.

Intrinsic Variables, Supernovae and the Thermal Limit [ 186 Kb]

Analysis of how the thermal limit of atoms, applied to the large aggregate of stars, produces intrinsic variables and supernova.

Is Ferromagnetism a Co-magnetic Phenomenon? [ 172.1 Kb]

In the phenomenon of the ferromagnetism the material exhibits large spontaneous magnetization in the absence of any externally applied magnetic field, below a characteristic temperature called the Curie point. Relatively few elements are ferromagnetic.

Lifetime of C-Argon, the Muon [ 138.6 Kb]

Calculation of the lifetime of the "antimatter" particle, cosmic argon.

Lifetimes of C-Atom Decays [ 145.9 Kb]

Cosmic atom decay rates.

New Light on the Gravitational Deflection [ 131 Kb]

I have discussed in an earlier paper, “The Gravitational Deflection of Light Beam in the Reciprocal System,” the effect of gravitation on the bending of the locus of a photon. Even though the role played by the coordinate time associated with the gravitational motion in deflecting the path of light was correctly depicted therein, I believe that the mathematical implications were not correctly brought out. Especially, in the case of equation (6) there, though its existence was correctly recognized, its physical significance was misconstrued. The present paper, therefore, attempts to overcome these shortcomings and derives the mathematical expression for the angle through which the path of light beam deflects in the vicinity of a mass.

On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation [ 210.3 Kb]

A detailed description of the concept of birotation, and how it explains many of the concepts associated with the photon.

Precession of the Planetary Perihelia [ 144.9 Kb]

An explanation, with calculations, of the precession of the planets due to the concept of 3D, coordinate time.

Quantum Mechanics [ 316 Kb]

While the Wave Mechanics has been very successful mathematically, it contains some fundamental errors. The principal stumbling block has been the ignorance of the existence of the Time Region and its peculiar characteristics. The crucial points that need to be recognized are that the wave associated with a moving particle, in a system of atomic dimensions, exists in the equivalent space of the Time Region: and that switching from the particle view to the wave view is equal in significance to shifting from the standpoint of the three-dimensional spatial reference frame to that of the three-dimensional temporal reference frame that is germane to the Time Region. To imagine that even gross objects have a wave associated with them is a mistake: the question of the wave does not arise unless the phenomena concerned enter the Time Region.

Radio Component Separation in Quasars [ 109.6 Kb]

A calculation of the angular separation of radio components in quasars.

Relative Abundance of the Elements [ 371.8 Kb]

A calculation of the relative abundance of elements--how many of whiat element are present in the Universe, by default.

Some Thoughts on Spin [ 174.8 Kb]

An investigation into the nature of spin, expanding the concept to include both rotation (spin-1) and solid rotation (spin-1/2).

Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System of Theory [ 214.2 Kb]

Some observations by Prof. KVK Nehru on the books, Nothing But Motion and New Light on Space and Time, with Larson's replies.

Superconductivity: A Time Region Phenomenon [ 237.3 Kb]

An analysis of superconductivity, where the superconductive properties are due to birotating electrons, not the temperature of the material.

Technology in the Aquarian Age [ 123.4 Kb]

A short discussion of the potential impact of the Reciprocal System on humanity.

The Gravitational Limit and Hubble's Law [ 233.8 Kb]

Gravitation and Space-time Progression (STP) are the two oppositely directed scalar motions that decide the outcome of all physical phenomena in the universe of motion. There are two hitherto unknown features of gravitation that the Reciprocal System has brought to light. The first one, which is relevant to atomic-scale phenomena, is that in the context of the familiar three-dimensional stationary frame of reference, the direction of gravitation reverses at the unit space limit: it manifests as a repulsive force in the time region--the region inside unit space. This phenomenon forms the basis of cohesion in solids. The second feature is relevant to large-scale phenomena and is concerned with gravitation of mass aggregates.

The Inter-Regional Ratio [ 189.5 Kb]

An explanation of the Inter-regional ratio, that determines the effectiveness of rotation in the time region on space.

The Large-Scale Structure of the Physical Universe [ 398.2 Kb]

A look at the giant voids in inter-galactic space, their origin and evolution. Includes a detailed mathematical analysis of the size, structure and lifetime of these cosmic "bubbles" creating the voids.

The Law of Conservation of Direction [ 200.9 Kb]

Some students of the Reciprocal System (RS) have been disputing the explanation of the intrinsic structure of the photons, given by Larson, the originator of the RS. No amount of discussion, so far, seemed to throw additional light in overcoming the logical objections raised. An examination of the situation undertaken by the present investigator revealed that a crucial fact of fundamental nature is being missed hitherto, both by the originator and the other students. It is found that a recognition of this fact not only clarifies the photon situation entirely but also throws light on many collateral issues where gaps in the logical development of the theory exist, thus rendering the theory more cogent. Some of these new developments are reported in this paper.

The Lifetime of the Neutron [ 140.3 Kb]

A calculation of the mass of the compound neutron, the "neutron" of conventional physics.

The Nature of Scalar Rotation [ 471.5 Kb]

A preliminary examination of the way units of motion fold across the unit speed boundary, producing states that are similar to the energy levels of the conventional, quantum atom.

The Photon as Birotation [ 275.7 Kb]

Details of the consequences of the birotating photon model.

The Space-Time Universe [ 174.8 Kb]

A five-part series that summarizes the work of Dewey Larson's Reciprocal System and compares it to Theosophy, using The Secret Doctrine and The Mahatma Letters for reference.

The Wave Mechanics [ 196.2 Kb]

A basic introduction examining motion in the time region as a conceptual explanation of the wave mechanics concept.

Theoretical Evaluation of Planck's Constant [ 141 Kb]

A theoretical evaluation of the value of Planck's constant, derived from the concepts of the Reciprocal System.

Kirk, Thomas [ 4]

Dissecting the Birotating Photon [ 163.1 Kb]

Kirk's comments on Nehru's concept of a birotating photon. Replied to by Nehru in "Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas."

Motion Fundamentals [ 99 Kb]

I was asked by the Editor to respond to comments by the editorial referee on my article, “Derivation of Reciprocal System Mathematics", and also to comment on K.V.K. Nehru’s article, “On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation.” I was surprised to find that the primary concerns from the referee and the most unusual assertions by Nehru extended from a very fundamental level of Reciprocal System development. Though there is some considerable overlap of subject matter between the two, it is necessary to discuss each separately due to the profound importance of the issues and the danger of confusion if subjects are intertwined.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension [ 78.4 Kb]

An alternate description of a photon, using two scalar dimensions to describe its properties.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension [ 209.1 Kb]

The development presented here provides a reconciliation of the apparent conflict between the left-right vectorial motion and the inward-outward motion of the photon. This is shown on page 50 and page 98 of Nothing But Motion. For those not familiar with the problem, this photon model in Nothing But Motion requires inward to be left vectorial and then switch to right vectorial in different units of time. Study was given to the problem from every conceivable angle and by applying every principle which related to the motion in question. (Careful examination was given to the copy of Reciprocity with the discussion of the photon by David Halprin and others.) After following many deductive trails, a complete rational correlation of all factors remained elusive. But then it finally hit me.

Larson, Dewey B. [ 26]

A New Theory of Gravitation [ 88.2 Kb]

A discussion of gravity as a 3-dimensional, inward, scalar motion.

After 3000 Years [ 88.1 Kb]

The most significant feature of this new development is that it is a general physical theory, one in which the basic laws and principles of all physical fields are derived from a single set of fundamental postulates, without making any further assumptions of any kind, and without introducing anything from any outside source. Construction of such a theory has been a major goal of science for three thousand years, and an immense amount of time and effort has been devoted to the task. But until now, all of these efforts have been totally unsuccessful. The failure has not been a matter of arriving at the wrong answers. Previous investigators have not been able to formulate any single theory that would give them any answers, right or wrong, to more than a mere handful of the millions of questions that a general physical theory must answer. As a result, present-day physical theory is not a single integrated structure, but a multitude of parts and pieces which, as the physicists admit, do not fit together very well. Every conclusion derived from currently accepted theory rests on hundreds, if not thousands, of separate assumptions.

Around Unexpected Corners [ 173.3 Kb]

A lecture to a group of chemical engineering students on the history of the origins of the Reciprocal System of theory.

Association of Quasars with Other Astronomical Objects [ 89.4 Kb]

Larson discusses the association of quasars with other astronomical objects, indicating a common origin.

Astronomical X-Ray Sources [ 180.9 Kb]

An examination of astronomical x-ray sources which, in the Reciprocal System, are the various stages of white dwarf evolution, not separate entities.

Basic Properties of Matter [ 12.2 Mb]

Volume II of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Analysis of solid cohesion, inter-atomic distances, compressibility, heat, electric currents, electrical resistance, electric and magnetic charges and ionization, magnetostatics, isotopes, radioactivity, atom building, mass and energy, in light of the reciprocal relation between space and time.

Energies at High Speeds [ 115.6 Kb]

An explanation of why acceleration decreases, rather than mass increasing, as objects approach the speed of light.

Gravitation and the Galaxies [ 99.3 Kb]

A look at how gravity affects galaxies.

Motion [ 150.3 Kb]

An overview of the concept of "motion," and how scalar motion differs from vectorial motion.

New Light on Space and Time [ 7.3 Mb]

Larson's bird's-eye view of the entire development of the structure of the physical universe, as a concise, unified picture of his theoretical development of the Reciprocal System of theory. Starts with a summary of where we stand both conceptually and mathematically, then develops the RS theory.

Nothing But Motion [ 8.8 Mb]

Volume I of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Covers the basic postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory, reference systems, radiation, gravitation, superluminal velocities, atoms, sub-atomic particles, the origin of physical constants, cosmic ray decay, simple and complex chemical compounds and the groundwork for future research.

Outline of the Reciprocal System [ 451.3 Kb]

An outline detailing the deductive development of Larson's Reciprocal System, a theory of a universe based on motion.

Quasars—Three Years Later [ 355.2 Kb]

This paper is a supplement to the book, Quasars and Pulsars, updating information contained therein.

Remodelling the Big Bang [ 109 Kb]

A look at the origins of the Universe.

Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System of Theory [ 214.2 Kb]

Some observations by Prof. KVK Nehru on the books, Nothing But Motion and New Light on Space and Time, with Larson's replies.

The Density Gradient in White Dwarf Stars [ 102.9 Kb]

Larson examines the white dwarf stars in light of faster-than-light speeds creating an inverse density structure.

The Dimensions of Motion [ 212.3 Kb]

Some of the most significant consequences are related to the dimensions of this hitherto unrecognized type of motion. The word “dimension” is used in several different senses, but in the sense in which it is applied to space it signifies the number of independent magnitudes that are required for a complete definition of a spatial quantity. It is generally conceded that space is three-dimensional. Thus three independent magnitudes are required for a complete definition of a quantity of space. Throughout the early years of science this was taken as an indication that the universe is three-dimensional. Currently, the favored hypothesis is that of a four-dimensional universe, in which the three dimensions of space are joined to one dimension of time.

The Liquid State, Part 1—General Theory [ 122.7 Kb]

This is the first of a series of publications that will describe an entirely new theory of the liquid state of matter: a theory which not only provides a full qualitative explanation of the physical properties of liquids but also furnishes the means whereby accurate numerical values of these properties applicable to different liquids can be calculated from the chemical composition, temperature, and pressure.

The Liquid State, Part 2—Relation to Temperature [ 533.2 Kb]

This is the second of a series of publications which will present a complete new theoretical treatment of the liquid state. As brought out in the first paper, the results reported herein have been derived entirely by extension and elaboration of the consequences of two new postulates as to the nature of space and time which were formulated and explained by the author in a previously published in The Structure of the Physical Universe.

The Liquid State, Part II Supplement [ 616.4 Kb]

This supplement to the original paper II in the liquid series has been prepared as a means of answering some questions that have been raised concerning the application of Equation (3), the volume-temperature relationship, to liquids other than those of the simple organic type.

The Liquid State, Part III [ 480.9 Kb]

This is the third of a series of papers describing a complete new theory of the liquid state. The two previous publications have outlined the new theoretical structure and have established the mathematical relationship between volume and temperature. We now continue the volume study by examining the relation of this property to chemical composition and molecular structure.

The Mythical Universe of Modern Astronomy [ 179.9 Kb]

Larson examines the current state of astronomy and compares it to the much simpler Reciprocal System interpretation.

The New Science of the Twenty-First Century [ 345.8 Kb]

Larson's keynote address for the third Annual ISUS conference at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, August 18, 1978. Also published in Frontiers of Science, Volume III, No. 5, July-August, 1981.

The Physics of Motion [ 195.8 Kb]

An overview of the physics of motion, published in "Frontiers of Science," July-August, 1982.

The Properties of Scalar Motion [ 90.7 Kb]

How to visualize the concept of scalar motion as differentiated from vectorial motion.

Universe of Motion [ 12.3 Mb]

Volume III of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. The Reciprocal System as applied to astronomy, describing the origin and evolution of stars, globular clusters and galaxies. Describes the origin and the structure of quasars, pulsars and neutron stars, and other gravity-intense phenomena.

Meyer, Frank [ 1]

Absolute Magnitudes of Physics [ 113 Kb]

A universe of motion compotes the physical universe, in which motion is a reciprocal relation between space and time. All motion consists of discrete units. Each individual unit of motion is a relation between one unit of space and one unit of time, a motion at unit speed. This unit speed and its constituents, clock time and clock space, are absolute magnitudes. Unit speed is identified with the speed of the physical locations of photon. Absolute magnitudes do not exclude relative magnitudes, such as material speed, coordinate space and coordinate time. Mass, invariant with speed, as reported by I. Newton, L. Oken and D.B. Larson, is another fundamental absolute physical magnitude. The contention of some teachers of the theories of relativity that mass near unit speed is a relative magnitude, not an absolute magnitude, results from the misinterpretation of the equation, E=mc^2. E does not denote the total energy of a moving mass, but rather only the rest energy of the mass.

Peret, Bruce [ 13]

At the Earth's Core: The Geophysics of Planetary Evolution [ 454.3 Kb]

A reevaluation of the formation and internal structure of planets, in light of the Reciprocal System.

Dreams, Symbolism, and Allegory [ 214.5 Kb]

An analysis of dreams, symbolism and allegory as expressions of the life unit concept documented in Beyond Space and Time.

Periodicals Collection Master Index [ 3.5 Mb]

An index by Volume, author and paper title of all of the periodicals that ISUS has produced (New Science Advocates, Reciprocity and ISUS News).

RS2-101 Creating a Theory [ 529 Kb]

An introduction to the concept of frameworks; what occurs naturally and what man has created to express the natural framework in symbols.

RS2-102 Fundamental Postulates [ 204.4 Kb]

The fundamental postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory and a detailed description of what they define and how they relate.

RS2-103: The Reevaluation [ 220.6 Kb]

An overview of the goals of the RS2 reevaluation of Larson's Reciprocal System of theory, and the direction it is taking for future research.

RS2-104: Scalar Motion [ 157.3 Kb]

Anyone who has explored the realm of the science that lies beyond what is taught in the classroom, will undoubtedly run across the term “scalar” without any consistency of application. Scalar waves, scalar energy, scalar motion, scalar this, scalar that… it appears the term is popular to describe something that the author does not quite understand themselves. This paper explains the "scalar" concept and how it is used in the Reciprocal System.

RS2-105: Quantum π [ 220.7 Kb]

In Miles Mathis’ papers concerning PI: “What is Pi?” and “The Extinction of Pi,” he cause considerable controversy with his conclusions that PI is an acceleration and has a value of 4.0, not the conventional 3.14159265… . As to what is correct, the answer in the Reciprocal System is “all of the above,” with the caveat that the values are reference system dependent.

RS2-106: Dimensions and Displacements [ 158.8 Kb]

A description of the dimensions of motion (the scalar dimensions), how the units of motion relate to those dimensions, what the "clock" is and how displacements are derived from those dimensions to create physical structure.

RS2-107: Mass and Gravity [ 157.4 Kb]

A discussion of the concepts of mass, weight and gravity in the Reciprocal System, as expressed by three dimensions of scalar motion.

Subatomic Mass, Recalculated [ 296.4 Kb]

A recalculation of Larson's original subatomic particle masses, using more recent values (1995). Includes neutrino updates from the Subatomic Mass, Recalculated, Update paper.

The Origins of Planetary Rotation [ 164.9 Kb]

Basically, modern science does not have any explanation of planetary rotation, nor why all the planets spin in the same direction. But thanks to the Reciprocal System of Theory, and the conclusions derived on planetary formation, we now have the answer buried in the "white dwarf" core of the planet, and its intense magnetic field.

Updated Values for Unit Space and Unit Time [ 122.9 Kb]

A recalculation of the values for the natural units of space and time, based on the Rydberg Constant at infinity.

Phoenix III, Daniel [ 8]

Extra-Dimensional & Extra-Terrestrial Entities [ 379.4 Kb]

An analysis of the concept of an extra-dimensional entity, showing how dimension and density relate in the structure of the life unit. Also a discussion of extraterrestrial contact, and the problems the human psyche may encounter.

Geochronology [ 1.6 Mb]

Part 1 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origins of Homo Sapiens. Radioactive decay and stellar generations are used to do a reevaluation of geochronology, how we date ancient history. Natural consequences of this reevaluation bring science in line with religious and mythological dating, and give quite a different perspective on the origins of mankind.

Geoengineering, Chemtrails, HAARP, World Orders, Time Lines and Ascension [ 222.3 Kb]

An analysis of the current geoengineering of Earth, including chemtrails, the upcoming solar transition, solar radio and x-ray emission, timelines and superstorms.

Homo Sapiens Ethicus [ 783.2 Kb]

Part 3 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origin of Homo Sapiens. A detailed discussion of bioenergy and its association with the processes of life, death, reincarnation and ascension, using Larson's Sector 3, "ethical level," as a model.

New World Religion [ 737 Kb]

Part 2 of the anthropology series on the hidden origins of homo sapiens; a discussion of Project Blue Beam, and how the powers that be are using technology in an attempt to divert the course of spiritual development in mankind.

The Colonization of Tiamat [ 1 Mb]

Are galaxies, far, far away actually solar systems, close, close, nearby? Mounting evidence is definitely pointing to this situation. If this is the case, then Intervention Theory, the concept that says we've been visited by ETs many times in the past, may also have supporting evidence. This paper analyzes the galactic solar system idea and discusses the arrival of the first visitors, the Cyclopeans.

The Uncommitted Investigator [ 131.3 Kb]

A short discussion on the uncommitted investigator, those basement researchers that produce new knowledge with their own skills and commitments, without corporate control.

Time and Timelines [ 249.6 Kb]

A discussion on the nature of time and the temporal experiments run during the Phoenix III project.

V Krishna, Gopi [ 2]

Calculus and Geometry [ 123.4 Kb]

An examination of the relationship of calculus to geometry in the context of the Reciprocal System.

Preparing for the Reciprocal System [ 350.1 Kb]

The purpose of this booklet is to take a look at the theory and its development by approaching the fundamental postulates in a slightly different manner than usually presented, for instance, as in Larson’s careful descriptions of the Outline of the Reciprocal System and Lawrence Denslow’s clarification of the Fundamentals of Scalar Motion. While efforts have so far been made to highlight the development of the theory from the postulates, it appears that a fresh effort, one that leads to the postulates by preparation, is necessary at this point of time. Larson’s own research work, after all, began thirty years before he published the first book, comprising many stages of thinking, all of which are quite vital for a full understanding. This approach could, perhaps, not only give the new student a way through commonly encountered difficulties, but also provide a connection to existent scientific practices.

Anthropology [ 4]

Geochronology ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 1.6 Mb]

Part 1 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origins of Homo Sapiens. Radioactive decay and stellar generations are used to do a reevaluation of geochronology, how we date ancient history. Natural consequences of this reevaluation bring science in line with religious and mythological dating, and give quite a different perspective on the origins of mankind.

Homo Sapiens Ethicus ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 783.2 Kb]

Part 3 of the Anthropology Series on the Hidden Origin of Homo Sapiens. A detailed discussion of bioenergy and its association with the processes of life, death, reincarnation and ascension, using Larson's Sector 3, "ethical level," as a model.

New World Religion ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 737 Kb]

Part 2 of the anthropology series on the hidden origins of homo sapiens; a discussion of Project Blue Beam, and how the powers that be are using technology in an attempt to divert the course of spiritual development in mankind.

The Colonization of Tiamat ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 1 Mb]

Are galaxies, far, far away actually solar systems, close, close, nearby? Mounting evidence is definitely pointing to this situation. If this is the case, then Intervention Theory, the concept that says we've been visited by ETs many times in the past, may also have supporting evidence. This paper analyzes the galactic solar system idea and discusses the arrival of the first visitors, the Cyclopeans.

Astronomy [ 6]

Another Look at the Pulsar Phenomenon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 106.6 Kb]

Astronomers have recognized in the pulsars, the extremely compact pulsating stellar objects, opportunities to test the correctness of the predictions of different theories of gravitation. Prof. KVK Nehru does so here, with the Reciprocal System.

Distribution of the Masses of Protostars in Globular Clusters ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 257 Kb]

A technical analysis of the formation of globular clusters, that utilizes just gravity and the progression of the natural reference system to form stars and clusters. Discussed are the mass limits for stellar combustion, as well as radial separations.

Gravitational Redshift ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 114 Kb]

A n RS computation of the gravitational red shift, compared to the Relativity version.

Precession of the Planetary Perihelia ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 144.9 Kb]

An explanation, with calculations, of the precession of the planets due to the concept of 3D, coordinate time.

Radio Component Separation in Quasars ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 109.6 Kb]

A calculation of the angular separation of radio components in quasars.

The Gravitational Limit and Hubble's Law ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 233.8 Kb]

Gravitation and Space-time Progression (STP) are the two oppositely directed scalar motions that decide the outcome of all physical phenomena in the universe of motion. There are two hitherto unknown features of gravitation that the Reciprocal System has brought to light. The first one, which is relevant to atomic-scale phenomena, is that in the context of the familiar three-dimensional stationary frame of reference, the direction of gravitation reverses at the unit space limit: it manifests as a repulsive force in the time region--the region inside unit space. This phenomenon forms the basis of cohesion in solids. The second feature is relevant to large-scale phenomena and is concerned with gravitation of mass aggregates.

Astronomy, Astrophysics [ 11]

A New Theory of Gravitation ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 88.2 Kb]

A discussion of gravity as a 3-dimensional, inward, scalar motion.

Association of Quasars with Other Astronomical Objects ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 89.4 Kb]

Larson discusses the association of quasars with other astronomical objects, indicating a common origin.

Astronomical X-Ray Sources ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 180.9 Kb]

An examination of astronomical x-ray sources which, in the Reciprocal System, are the various stages of white dwarf evolution, not separate entities.

Cosmic Background Radiation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 127.4 Kb]

A detailed explanation of the origin and structure of cosmic background radiation.

Glimpses Into the Structure of the Sun ( KVK,Nehru ) [ 1.9 Mb]

An analysis of sunspots as a manifestation of motion in the intermediate and ultra-high speed temperature ranges, generating comagnetic effects.

Gravitation and the Galaxies ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 99.3 Kb]

A look at how gravity affects galaxies.

Intrinsic Variables, Supernovae and the Thermal Limit ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 186 Kb]

Analysis of how the thermal limit of atoms, applied to the large aggregate of stars, produces intrinsic variables and supernova.

Quasars—Three Years Later ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 355.2 Kb]

This paper is a supplement to the book, Quasars and Pulsars, updating information contained therein.

Remodelling the Big Bang ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 109 Kb]

A look at the origins of the Universe.

The Density Gradient in White Dwarf Stars ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 102.9 Kb]

Larson examines the white dwarf stars in light of faster-than-light speeds creating an inverse density structure.

The Large-Scale Structure of the Physical Universe ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 398.2 Kb]

A look at the giant voids in inter-galactic space, their origin and evolution. Includes a detailed mathematical analysis of the size, structure and lifetime of these cosmic "bubbles" creating the voids.

Astronomy, Cosmology [ 2]

The Mythical Universe of Modern Astronomy ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 179.9 Kb]

Larson examines the current state of astronomy and compares it to the much simpler Reciprocal System interpretation.

Universe of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 12.3 Mb]

Volume III of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. The Reciprocal System as applied to astronomy, describing the origin and evolution of stars, globular clusters and galaxies. Describes the origin and the structure of quasars, pulsars and neutron stars, and other gravity-intense phenomena.

Electricity [ 1]

Electric Ionization ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 621.4 Kb]

Nehru corrects some failings in Satz's papers, "Further Mathematics of the Reciprocal System" and "Photoionization and Photomagnetization," concerning the calculation of ionization of the elements.

Exopolitics [ 1]

Extra-Dimensional & Extra-Terrestrial Entities ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 379.4 Kb]

An analysis of the concept of an extra-dimensional entity, showing how dimension and density relate in the structure of the life unit. Also a discussion of extraterrestrial contact, and the problems the human psyche may encounter.

Geoengineering [ 1]

Geoengineering, Chemtrails, HAARP, World Orders, Time Lines and Ascension ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 222.3 Kb]

An analysis of the current geoengineering of Earth, including chemtrails, the upcoming solar transition, solar radio and x-ray emission, timelines and superstorms.

Geophysics [ 2]

At the Earth's Core: The Geophysics of Planetary Evolution ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 454.3 Kb]

A reevaluation of the formation and internal structure of planets, in light of the Reciprocal System.

The Origins of Planetary Rotation ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 164.9 Kb]

Basically, modern science does not have any explanation of planetary rotation, nor why all the planets spin in the same direction. But thanks to the Reciprocal System of Theory, and the conclusions derived on planetary formation, we now have the answer buried in the "white dwarf" core of the planet, and its intense magnetic field.

Metaphysics [ 2]

Consciousness, Motion, Space and Time ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 93.5 Kb]

The fact that we do not have a single theory, but only a collection of individual theories, goes to show that the basic concepts of these individual theories are not right. Therefore attempts to understand the occult truths from the points of view of these concepts—which are only provisional working hypotheses—cannot lead us to Truth but only speculations unlimited. The emergence of the first truly general theory, namely, the Reciprocal System of Theory created by Dewey B. Larson should be of immense interest to all the seekers of Truth. The conclusions of the Reciprocal System are factually verified in all the domains of physics and astronomy. It must be noted that there cannot be more than one correct general theory.

Dreams, Symbolism, and Allegory ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 214.5 Kb]

An analysis of dreams, symbolism and allegory as expressions of the life unit concept documented in Beyond Space and Time.

Miscellaneous [ 3]

How Do We Meet the New Age Ushered ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 140.6 Kb]

Another response from the suppression of the information on birotation by Satz, discussing how you CAN have rotation without anything to rotate, once you understand the concept.

Technology in the Aquarian Age ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 123.4 Kb]

A short discussion of the potential impact of the Reciprocal System on humanity.

The Constitution of The United States of America ( Halprin, David ) [ 111.4 Kb]

Here we have a limited parallel between the laws of Northern America and the role that they play in the administration of the life of the inhabitants, living therein and the laws of physics, pertaining to all the states of matter, that exist, or may exist, within the Physical Universe.

Philosophy [ 1]

The Uncommitted Investigator ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 131.3 Kb]

A short discussion on the uncommitted investigator, those basement researchers that produce new knowledge with their own skills and commitments, without corporate control.

Physics [ 59]

Absolute Magnitudes of Physics ( Meyer, Frank ) [ 113 Kb]

A universe of motion compotes the physical universe, in which motion is a reciprocal relation between space and time. All motion consists of discrete units. Each individual unit of motion is a relation between one unit of space and one unit of time, a motion at unit speed. This unit speed and its constituents, clock time and clock space, are absolute magnitudes. Unit speed is identified with the speed of the physical locations of photon. Absolute magnitudes do not exclude relative magnitudes, such as material speed, coordinate space and coordinate time. Mass, invariant with speed, as reported by I. Newton, L. Oken and D.B. Larson, is another fundamental absolute physical magnitude. The contention of some teachers of the theories of relativity that mass near unit speed is a relative magnitude, not an absolute magnitude, results from the misinterpretation of the equation, E=mc^2. E does not denote the total energy of a moving mass, but rather only the rest energy of the mass.

After 3000 Years ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 88.1 Kb]

The most significant feature of this new development is that it is a general physical theory, one in which the basic laws and principles of all physical fields are derived from a single set of fundamental postulates, without making any further assumptions of any kind, and without introducing anything from any outside source. Construction of such a theory has been a major goal of science for three thousand years, and an immense amount of time and effort has been devoted to the task. But until now, all of these efforts have been totally unsuccessful. The failure has not been a matter of arriving at the wrong answers. Previous investigators have not been able to formulate any single theory that would give them any answers, right or wrong, to more than a mere handful of the millions of questions that a general physical theory must answer. As a result, present-day physical theory is not a single integrated structure, but a multitude of parts and pieces which, as the physicists admit, do not fit together very well. Every conclusion derived from currently accepted theory rests on hundreds, if not thousands, of separate assumptions.

Around Unexpected Corners ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 173.3 Kb]

A lecture to a group of chemical engineering students on the history of the origins of the Reciprocal System of theory.

Atomic Number Equation Based on Larson’s Triplets ( Halprin, David ) [ 158.2 Kb]

How to calculate the atomic number by a simple equation from Larson's A-B-C notation.

Ball Lightning ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 117.6 Kb]

Of all the forms of lightning, ball lightning is, beyond any doubt, the most rare and mysterious. Even though it was discussed by Aristotle in the 4th century B.C. in his work on meterology, and has, in the intervening years been reported by thousands of reliable observers, it has only recently gained acceptance as a real phenomenon by the majority of scientific authorities. A survey conducted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1960 by J. Rand McNally, Jr. asked l5,923 employees if they had witnessed ball lightning, resulting in 515 positive replies. Sufficient evidence has now been accumulated to form a fairly compelling case for the existence of ball lightning, although its characteristics are such that no theory thus far submitted provides a satisfactory explanation.

Basic Properties of Matter ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 12.2 Mb]

Volume II of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Analysis of solid cohesion, inter-atomic distances, compressibility, heat, electric currents, electrical resistance, electric and magnetic charges and ionization, magnetostatics, isotopes, radioactivity, atom building, mass and energy, in light of the reciprocal relation between space and time.

Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 170.8 Kb]

Commentary regarding Thomas Kirk's objections to Nehru's birotating photon model.

Calculus and Geometry ( V. Krishna, Gopi ) [ 123.4 Kb]

An examination of the relationship of calculus to geometry in the context of the Reciprocal System.

Comments on BPOM, UOM and Outline ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 143.7 Kb]

Some questions Nehru poses to Larson, concerning the books, "Basic Properties of Matter," "Universe of Motion," and the paper, "The Outline of the Deductive Development of a Universe of Motion."

Dialogue II ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 316.5 Kb]

More questions and answers between KVK Nehru and Dewey Larson, concerning the books "Nothing But Motion" and "Quasars and Pulsars."

Discussion on Satz Derivation of Planck's Constant ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 89.5 Kb]

An analysis of Satz's derivation of Planck's Constant.

Dissecting the Birotating Photon ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 163.1 Kb]

Kirk's comments on Nehru's concept of a birotating photon. Replied to by Nehru in "Birotation and the Doubts of Thomas."

Energies at High Speeds ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 115.6 Kb]

An explanation of why acceleration decreases, rather than mass increasing, as objects approach the speed of light.

Four Types of Magnetism and Critical Universality ( Halprin, David ) [ 158.1 Kb]

A discussion magnetism and the and the Liquid-Vapor criticality point.

Fundamentals of Scalar Motion ( Denslow, Lawrence E. ) [ 1.9 Mb]

This present volume is solely an attempt to provide a clear straightforward presentation of some of the simpler aspects of the Reciprocal System of theory. It is not intended to supply any new developments other than terminology and the identification of the origin of certain fundamental concepts that are often assumed as a result of general familiarity with mathematics and the physical sciences. In that sense, it is an introduction to some of the concepts of scalar motion and their consequences for a theoretical universe of motion. The concepts introduced and the terminology used in this volume may be completely new and different from that familiar to most students of the physical sciences as previously presented on this planet. It is impossible to present new ideas completely in terms of old ideas, and therefore, it has become necessary to invent new ways of expressing the ideas so that they will not be mistaken for the old ideas.

High Energy Physics and the Reciprocal System ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 356.2 Kb]

Great advances in technology in the recent decades of this century have made it possible to amass a wealth of experimental data of unprecedented scope and variety. Theory in the areas of Particle Physics and Astrophysics has been subjected to repeated revisions to cope up with the observed facts. Especially in the field of High Energy Physics exciting things have been happening. The Orthodoxy is becoming more tolerant to wild, if not crazy ideas and inventions of thought. In this backdrop, it might be desirable to survey the vicissitudes of the physical theory, hoping that we might learn something from the history.

Internal Ionization and Secondary Mass ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 198.6 Kb]

A look at the influences that rotational vibration has on the concepts of mass and charge, and the interregional ratios applicable thereto.

Intrinsicality ( Halprin, David ) [ 141.9 Kb]

A discussion of the intrinsic assumptions made b y other theories, and their implications on trying to understand the Reciprocal System.

Ionization Levels in the Reciprocal System ( Halprin, David ) [ 919.9 Kb]

Calculations of ionization levels for the elements.

Laws to Perception based on Notions of Motions ( Halprin, David ) [ 144.8 Kb]

To date, current physics and its adherents have not shown any real depth of analysis into all the theoretically possible types of motion and their concomitant manifestations. So here begins a step-by-step investigation.

Lifetime of C-Argon, the Muon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 138.6 Kb]

Calculation of the lifetime of the "antimatter" particle, cosmic argon.

Lifetimes of C-Atom Decays ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 145.9 Kb]

Cosmic atom decay rates.

Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 150.3 Kb]

An overview of the concept of "motion," and how scalar motion differs from vectorial motion.

Motion Fundamentals ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 99 Kb]

I was asked by the Editor to respond to comments by the editorial referee on my article, “Derivation of Reciprocal System Mathematics", and also to comment on K.V.K. Nehru’s article, “On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation.” I was surprised to find that the primary concerns from the referee and the most unusual assertions by Nehru extended from a very fundamental level of Reciprocal System development. Though there is some considerable overlap of subject matter between the two, it is necessary to discuss each separately due to the profound importance of the issues and the danger of confusion if subjects are intertwined.

New Light on Space and Time ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 7.3 Mb]

Larson's bird's-eye view of the entire development of the structure of the physical universe, as a concise, unified picture of his theoretical development of the Reciprocal System of theory. Starts with a summary of where we stand both conceptually and mathematically, then develops the RS theory.

New Light on the Gravitational Deflection ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 131 Kb]

I have discussed in an earlier paper, “The Gravitational Deflection of Light Beam in the Reciprocal System,” the effect of gravitation on the bending of the locus of a photon. Even though the role played by the coordinate time associated with the gravitational motion in deflecting the path of light was correctly depicted therein, I believe that the mathematical implications were not correctly brought out. Especially, in the case of equation (6) there, though its existence was correctly recognized, its physical significance was misconstrued. The present paper, therefore, attempts to overcome these shortcomings and derives the mathematical expression for the angle through which the path of light beam deflects in the vicinity of a mass.

Nothing But Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 8.8 Mb]

Volume I of the revised edition of the Structure of the Physical Universe. Covers the basic postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory, reference systems, radiation, gravitation, superluminal velocities, atoms, sub-atomic particles, the origin of physical constants, cosmic ray decay, simple and complex chemical compounds and the groundwork for future research.

On the Nature of Rotation and Birotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 210.3 Kb]

A detailed description of the concept of birotation, and how it explains many of the concepts associated with the photon.

Quantum Mechanics ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 316 Kb]

While the Wave Mechanics has been very successful mathematically, it contains some fundamental errors. The principal stumbling block has been the ignorance of the existence of the Time Region and its peculiar characteristics. The crucial points that need to be recognized are that the wave associated with a moving particle, in a system of atomic dimensions, exists in the equivalent space of the Time Region: and that switching from the particle view to the wave view is equal in significance to shifting from the standpoint of the three-dimensional spatial reference frame to that of the three-dimensional temporal reference frame that is germane to the Time Region. To imagine that even gross objects have a wave associated with them is a mistake: the question of the wave does not arise unless the phenomena concerned enter the Time Region.

Que Sara Sara ( Halprin, David ) [ 185.9 Kb]

As a result of my recent rereading of various sections of the texts on the Reciprocal System of Theory, with a view to making an attempt to find a simple approach to teach the theory to newly interested “students,” I came across, what appears to me to be, thirteen assumptions, listed below in the form either as a stated assumption or as a question re explicit or implicit assumptions uncovered.

RS2-105: Quantum π ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 220.7 Kb]

In Miles Mathis’ papers concerning PI: “What is Pi?” and “The Extinction of Pi,” he cause considerable controversy with his conclusions that PI is an acceleration and has a value of 4.0, not the conventional 3.14159265… . As to what is correct, the answer in the Reciprocal System is “all of the above,” with the caveat that the values are reference system dependent.

Relative Abundance of the Elements ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 371.8 Kb]

A calculation of the relative abundance of elements--how many of whiat element are present in the Universe, by default.

Some Thoughts on Spin ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 174.8 Kb]

An investigation into the nature of spin, expanding the concept to include both rotation (spin-1) and solid rotation (spin-1/2).

Some Thoughts on the Reciprocal System of Theory ( KVK, Nehru; Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 214.2 Kb]

Some observations by Prof. KVK Nehru on the books, Nothing But Motion and New Light on Space and Time, with Larson's replies.

String Theory Analysis ( Halprin, David ) [ 286.4 Kb]

Summary and overview of what I comprehend re the stages, that current physics has been through, and will be at its hoped-for penultimate goal presently, and what its advocates have achieved and partly solved, and what they hope has yet to be solved, and will be solved, gray matter permitting.

Subatomic Mass, Recalculated ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 296.4 Kb]

A recalculation of Larson's original subatomic particle masses, using more recent values (1995). Includes neutrino updates from the Subatomic Mass, Recalculated, Update paper.

Superconductivity: A Time Region Phenomenon ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 237.3 Kb]

An analysis of superconductivity, where the superconductive properties are due to birotating electrons, not the temperature of the material.

The Dimensions of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 212.3 Kb]

Some of the most significant consequences are related to the dimensions of this hitherto unrecognized type of motion. The word “dimension” is used in several different senses, but in the sense in which it is applied to space it signifies the number of independent magnitudes that are required for a complete definition of a spatial quantity. It is generally conceded that space is three-dimensional. Thus three independent magnitudes are required for a complete definition of a quantity of space. Throughout the early years of science this was taken as an indication that the universe is three-dimensional. Currently, the favored hypothesis is that of a four-dimensional universe, in which the three dimensions of space are joined to one dimension of time.

The Inter-Regional Ratio ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 189.5 Kb]

An explanation of the Inter-regional ratio, that determines the effectiveness of rotation in the time region on space.

The Interaction Velocity of the Electric Force ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 185.6 Kb]

An experiment to determine if the interaction velocity of the electric force is at the speed of light, or beyond.

The Larson Number System ( Halprin, David ) [ 94.8 Kb]

A short summary of how Larson's integer numbering system works, and the difference between speed and displacement.

The Lifetime of the Neutron ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 140.3 Kb]

A calculation of the mass of the compound neutron, the "neutron" of conventional physics.

The Liquid State, Part 1—General Theory ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 122.7 Kb]

This is the first of a series of publications that will describe an entirely new theory of the liquid state of matter: a theory which not only provides a full qualitative explanation of the physical properties of liquids but also furnishes the means whereby accurate numerical values of these properties applicable to different liquids can be calculated from the chemical composition, temperature, and pressure.

The Liquid State, Part 2—Relation to Temperature ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 533.2 Kb]

This is the second of a series of publications which will present a complete new theoretical treatment of the liquid state. As brought out in the first paper, the results reported herein have been derived entirely by extension and elaboration of the consequences of two new postulates as to the nature of space and time which were formulated and explained by the author in a previously published in The Structure of the Physical Universe.

The Liquid State, Part II Supplement ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 616.4 Kb]

This supplement to the original paper II in the liquid series has been prepared as a means of answering some questions that have been raised concerning the application of Equation (3), the volume-temperature relationship, to liquids other than those of the simple organic type.

The Liquid State, Part III ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 480.9 Kb]

This is the third of a series of papers describing a complete new theory of the liquid state. The two previous publications have outlined the new theoretical structure and have established the mathematical relationship between volume and temperature. We now continue the volume study by examining the relation of this property to chemical composition and molecular structure.

The Nature of Scalar Rotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 471.5 Kb]

A preliminary examination of the way units of motion fold across the unit speed boundary, producing states that are similar to the energy levels of the conventional, quantum atom.

The New Science of the Twenty-First Century ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 345.8 Kb]

Larson's keynote address for the third Annual ISUS conference at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, August 18, 1978. Also published in Frontiers of Science, Volume III, No. 5, July-August, 1981.

The Nuclear Atom? ( Halprin, David ) [ 111 Kb]

The true theory of the physical universe, from microcosmis to macrocosmos.

The Photon as Birotation ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 275.7 Kb]

Details of the consequences of the birotating photon model.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 78.4 Kb]

An alternate description of a photon, using two scalar dimensions to describe its properties.

The Photon: Displacement in a Second Scalar Dimension ( Kirk, Thomas ) [ 209.1 Kb]

The development presented here provides a reconciliation of the apparent conflict between the left-right vectorial motion and the inward-outward motion of the photon. This is shown on page 50 and page 98 of Nothing But Motion. For those not familiar with the problem, this photon model in Nothing But Motion requires inward to be left vectorial and then switch to right vectorial in different units of time. Study was given to the problem from every conceivable angle and by applying every principle which related to the motion in question. (Careful examination was given to the copy of Reciprocity with the discussion of the photon by David Halprin and others.) After following many deductive trails, a complete rational correlation of all factors remained elusive. But then it finally hit me.

The Physics of Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 195.8 Kb]

An overview of the physics of motion, published in "Frontiers of Science," July-August, 1982.

The Problem of Swift “Action at a Distance” ( Huck, Rainer ) [ 146.5 Kb]

An experiment to prove if instantaneous action-at-a-distance can be mechanically proven through the use of crystals and the electric field.

The Space-Time Universe ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 174.8 Kb]

A five-part series that summarizes the work of Dewey Larson's Reciprocal System and compares it to Theosophy, using The Secret Doctrine and The Mahatma Letters for reference.

The Wave Mechanics ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 196.2 Kb]

A basic introduction examining motion in the time region as a conceptual explanation of the wave mechanics concept.

Theoretical Evaluation of Planck's Constant ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 141 Kb]

A theoretical evaluation of the value of Planck's constant, derived from the concepts of the Reciprocal System.

Time and Timelines ( Phoenix III, Daniel ) [ 249.6 Kb]

A discussion on the nature of time and the temporal experiments run during the Phoenix III project.

Updated Values for Unit Space and Unit Time ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 122.9 Kb]

A recalculation of the values for the natural units of space and time, based on the Rydberg Constant at infinity.

Physics, Light [ 1]

Gravitational Deflection of a Light Beam ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 142.2 Kb]

Calculations of the gravitational deflection of a light beam, due to coordinate time.

Physics, Magnetism [ 1]

Is Ferromagnetism a Co-magnetic Phenomenon? ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 172.1 Kb]

In the phenomenon of the ferromagnetism the material exhibits large spontaneous magnetization in the absence of any externally applied magnetic field, below a characteristic temperature called the Curie point. Relatively few elements are ferromagnetic.

Physics, Scalar Motion [ 2]

The Law of Conservation of Direction ( KVK, Nehru ) [ 200.9 Kb]

Some students of the Reciprocal System (RS) have been disputing the explanation of the intrinsic structure of the photons, given by Larson, the originator of the RS. No amount of discussion, so far, seemed to throw additional light in overcoming the logical objections raised. An examination of the situation undertaken by the present investigator revealed that a crucial fact of fundamental nature is being missed hitherto, both by the originator and the other students. It is found that a recognition of this fact not only clarifies the photon situation entirely but also throws light on many collateral issues where gaps in the logical development of the theory exist, thus rendering the theory more cogent. Some of these new developments are reported in this paper.

The Properties of Scalar Motion ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 90.7 Kb]

How to visualize the concept of scalar motion as differentiated from vectorial motion.

Reference [ 1]

Periodicals Collection Master Index ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 3.5 Mb]

An index by Volume, author and paper title of all of the periodicals that ISUS has produced (New Science Advocates, Reciprocity and ISUS News).

Tutorial [ 9]

Outline of the Reciprocal System ( Larson, Dewey B. ) [ 451.3 Kb]

An outline detailing the deductive development of Larson's Reciprocal System, a theory of a universe based on motion.

Preparing for the Reciprocal System ( V Krishna, Gopi ) [ 350.1 Kb]

The purpose of this booklet is to take a look at the theory and its development by approaching the fundamental postulates in a slightly different manner than usually presented, for instance, as in Larson’s careful descriptions of the Outline of the Reciprocal System and Lawrence Denslow’s clarification of the Fundamentals of Scalar Motion. While efforts have so far been made to highlight the development of the theory from the postulates, it appears that a fresh effort, one that leads to the postulates by preparation, is necessary at this point of time. Larson’s own research work, after all, began thirty years before he published the first book, comprising many stages of thinking, all of which are quite vital for a full understanding. This approach could, perhaps, not only give the new student a way through commonly encountered difficulties, but also provide a connection to existent scientific practices.

RS2-101 Creating a Theory ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 529 Kb]

An introduction to the concept of frameworks; what occurs naturally and what man has created to express the natural framework in symbols.

RS2-102 Fundamental Postulates ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 204.4 Kb]

The fundamental postulates of the Reciprocal System of theory and a detailed description of what they define and how they relate.

RS2-103: The Reevaluation ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 220.6 Kb]

An overview of the goals of the RS2 reevaluation of Larson's Reciprocal System of theory, and the direction it is taking for future research.

RS2-104: Scalar Motion ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 157.3 Kb]

Anyone who has explored the realm of the science that lies beyond what is taught in the classroom, will undoubtedly run across the term “scalar” without any consistency of application. Scalar waves, scalar energy, scalar motion, scalar this, scalar that… it appears the term is popular to describe something that the author does not quite understand themselves. This paper explains the "scalar" concept and how it is used in the Reciprocal System.

RS2-106: Dimensions and Displacements ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 158.8 Kb]

A description of the dimensions of motion (the scalar dimensions), how the units of motion relate to those dimensions, what the "clock" is and how displacements are derived from those dimensions to create physical structure.

RS2-107: Mass and Gravity ( Peret, Bruce ) [ 157.4 Kb]

A discussion of the concepts of mass, weight and gravity in the Reciprocal System, as expressed by three dimensions of scalar motion.

The Simple Essence of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of Physics ( Boardman, Jameela M. ) [ 283.7 Kb]

An overview of the universality of the Reciprocal System model, without having to wade through volumes of heavy, detailed text to see it.