Introductory Materials

The Simple Essence of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of Physics [ 280 Kb] (Boardman, Jameela)

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

Preparing for the Reciprocal System [ 317.1 Kb] (Vijaya, Gopi Krishna)

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.
The RS2 Tutorial Series
These minipapers, written by Bruce Peret, are typically 4 pages in length and focus on a single concept in the Reciprocal System and its reevaluation, RS2.

RS2101 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.

RS2102 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.

RS2103: 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.

RS2104: 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.

RS2105: 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.

RS2106: 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.

RS2107: 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.

RS2108: The Lorentz Factor [ 162.4 Kb]

An examination of what is going on underneath the Lorentz Factor equation, with a comparison to a similar concept originally proposed by Dewey Larson as a direction reversal and rotational base.

RS2109: Dimensional Thinking [ 200.9 Kb]

An examination of how dimensions are used in the Reciprocal System and how they interplay with Larson's concept of "units of motion." This is theoretical research that has gone beyond Larson's original concepts and into new areas, developed for use with a computer simulation of a universe of motion.