RS2 Theory

RS2 Theory

The Reevaluation of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of physical theory

Bruce Peret, KVK Nehru, Gopi Krishna V.

This book contains detailed information on the 15-year research effort into extending and improving Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of physical theory. It is recommended that the student review the Fundamentals section prior to reading specific topics, as this extension adds some new concepts to Larson's work, as well as updating some of the existing ones. The basic premise of the theory remains unchanged, being that the Universe is a Universe of Motion, not of "matter," where all things are defined by explicit relations between space and time.

All that is required to understand this reevaluation is basic, High School algebra and trigonometry. A background in the Eastern philosophical concepts of yin-yang and the Tao are a benefit, as a mathematical interpretation of yin-yang forms much of the basis of the RS2 theory.

Hope this research adds to your understanding of the Universe and the world around you. START HERE.

The majority of the papers and books referred to on the Reciprocal System can be found on the Reciprocal System PDF Archive, which is free for personal use. Please respect copyrights and do not upload the copyrighted material found there for redistribution on other websites without permission from ISUS.

Welcome to the Reevaluation of the Reciprocal System of theory

The more complete understanding of physical existence opens the door to an exploration of existence as a whole, including those nonphysical areas that have hitherto had to be left to religion and related branches of thought. It is now evident that our familiar material world is not the whole of existence, as modern science would have us believe. It is only a part--perhaps a very small part--of a greater whole.

—Dewey B. Larson, Universe of Motion, 1984

The Reciprocal System of theory (RS theory) was created by engineer Dewey B. Larson in the 1950s, where he proposed a model of the universe based on the concept of motion as primary to matter. It did not get much, if any, recognition simply because researchers could not adjust to the concept of motion without something actually moving.

Larson did discover something quite remarkable: the precise, dimensional relationship between space and time. By using that relationship, he was able to build a theoretical universe based on two postulates that closely resembles the observed universe, at both small (subatomic) and large (galactic) scales. Larson predicted some events that must exist as a logical consequence of his postulates, which had not yet been discovered, from new forms of atomic disintegration to quasi-stellar objects.

The Reciprocal System was, however, just a really good first draft of a generalized theory of everything (TOE), and does have its problems. Two of the members of ISUS (the International Society of Unified science), Prof. KVK Nehru of India and Dr. Bruce Peret of the United States, discovered that research done in the areas of alternative science and philosophy had found solutions to these problem areas and took it upon themselves to do a re-evaluation of Larson's original concepts, merge them with these other understandings, and see what resulted. The result is RS2--an updated version of Larson's Reciprocal System that that provides integrated solutions to the problems discovered with Larson's original system.

Bi-Radial Matrix

The Bi-Radial Matrix

Developing a Reciprocal Harmonic Geometry

 

Introduction

A quantized reciprocal geometry is defined revealing numerous properties which are co-extensive with known physical interactions and field structures and their subsequent mathematical description. The reciprocal relationship between space and time has both a numerical and geometric expression. The Bi-Radial matrix shows how the reciprocal relation between the counting numbers and the harmonic series is a direct expression of the reciprocal relation between space and time. The corresponding geometric structure is developed. This is consistent with the finding of RS2 theory.

RS2 Update

I am in the process of writing up a detailed book on RS2, simply called, "RS2: The Next Generation; A summary of 15 years of research into the Reciprocal System of theory." The book will contain everything that myself, Nehru and Gopi have come up with when experimenting with variants of Larson's theories--basically, the stuff that actually worked to better the RS in general. It is not meant to replace Larson's work, but to supplement it with a more detailed understanding of the relationships of space and time.

Possible PROOF of the Birotating Photon

Mexican researcher Victor M. Urbina came up with new photon model, based on two, opposite charges orbiting each other. If one equates his charges (positive, negative) with Nehru's birotating photon's directions (clockwise, anticlockwise), you have virtually the SAME model. Interesting bit was that Urbina devised an experiment to measure the shape of the photon waveform in different polarizations, substantiating his two-rotating charge model. It looks exaxtly the same as Nehru's theoretical results!

His website, http://lighttheory.com/ is well worth the time to read. Concise and with good diagrams.

Neutrino Oscillation: Charged Neutrinos

Larson was puzzled by the charged neutrino, because the charge for a material neutrino was in space, acting as though the magnetic rotating system had the rotational vibration rather than the electric rotation (which, being in space, would have its charge in time).

The concept of vibration in RS2 differs from Larson's work in the respect that vibration occurs from the compounding of motion, it just isn't "there" as it is in the RS. In order for a neutrino to become charged, it would have to capture the necessary motions to impart a vibrational component to its motion.

Dependent Motion

Non-Uniform Motion (Dependent Motion)

When a force6 acts upon uniform motion, that motion begins to vary in time (Δv/Δt), resulting in speeding up (acceleration) or slowing down (deceleration). The common term is accelerated motion for both cases—a consistent change in velocity over a period of time. All waves are accelerated motions, including simple, harmonic motion:

Simple Harmonic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion (Direction Reversals)

In order to create simple harmonic motion in Larson's Reciprocal System, the outward, scalar expansion of the Universe must reverse itself at regular intervals at specific locations, but not necessarily all locations. Larson gives no reason for this “direction reversal”23 where, at the end of each “unit” of motion, the progression can just decide to reverse itself and go inward rather than outward—and does it with clock-like regularity. Students have had a problem with this description for decades, citing that a direction reversal would generate a square or triangle wave, not a sine wave, and a truly random function would not be the perfect wave that the photon exhibits. Larson provided no mechanism for this reversal to occur but requires it to build his system of theory.

Uniform Motion

Uniform Motion

Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it.4
—Isaac Newton

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