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A bevy of unexpected gas giants hide in a nearby star cluster

Astronomy Magazine - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 04:00
The denser environment in a cluster will cause more frequent interactions between planets and nearby stars, which may explain the excess of hot Jupiters.
Categories: Astronomy

Twisted light beams sent 143 km across the sea

Physics World - Fri, 06/17/2016 - 01:00
Orbital angular-momentum states transmitted between Canary Islands
Categories: Conventional Science

Goode up to no good?

RS2 Fora Comments - Thu, 06/16/2016 - 18:18

You might want to talk to daniel, David's original "insider" who's expertise made David famous, about Goode and the disinformation he is feeding David. You can reach him on the ConsciousHugs forum. In my opinion, spherebeingalliance is New Age gibberish... designed to entertain, not inform. Just compare Goode's writing to daniel (papers available at: http://reciprocalsystem.org/papers/daniel-phoenix-iii) and see who is putting out actual knowledge, versus flashy pictures and no real understanding. As Larson put it, "complexity is entertaining, simplicity is not."

Now apply some common sense... fields are how time changes space--that includes a torsion field. Torsion is not a primary motion, it is the consequence of space/time relationships AS motion.

What we found in RS2 is that the torsion field is biomagnetism, a 2nd density form of magnetism (to use Ra's terms) that has nonlocal field effects in both space and time. That is why it shares some behavior with regular magnetism (1st density), but does things that regular magnetism cannot do.

The toroid view of atomic rotation is somewhat accurate, but incomplete, as it only shows the 2-x speed range (magnetism). 1-x and 3-x are also present, but not represented as a toroid.

However, lots of questions have to be answered. How anti-gravity work with the grid, what is polarity, how this grid related to the magnetic field of earth, how the poles form, how energy centers form, how acupunture works on these nodes of a human body...

Quick answers...

Antigravity works by aligning the 3-x "ultra high" speed motion vector of atoms on a vertical axis, to neutralize the effects of gravity. In a ferromagnet, the magnetic domains are all aligned the same way--in antigravity material, the ultra-high speed domain is aligned the same way, instead.

Polarity is a measure of speed displacement, in space or in time. Basically, a derivative of motion.

The "grid" isn't related to the magnetic field of Earth. It is something different.

Poles form via magnetohydronamic systems, see my paper: The Origins of Planetary Rotation.

Energy centers (chakras) form when there is a knot in the flow of bioenergy, much like the coiled wire inside an incandescent bulb that creates resistance to the flow of electricity to emit light and heat.

Acupuncture works by causing localized injury by the insertion of needles, making the body focus immune response to that location--which also tends to fix other problems, nearby. You just need to remember that there are two aspects to immune response, the body (send them T4 cells) and the soul (3D time, bioenergy). Acupuncture gets BOTH systems moving to heal, whereas drugs only address the body level.

Categories: RS2 Research

The projective plane

RS2 Fora Comments - Thu, 06/16/2016 - 17:37

If the three dimensions of speed (s/t, s/t, s/t) must be independent of one another, then it seems to me that we will need to have three independent units of space (say s1, s2, and s3) as well as three independent units of time (such as t1, t2, t3).  The three speed dimensions are then (s1/t1, s2/t2, s3/t3).  Without independent space and time units, the three dimensions of speed cannot be independent.

OK, you're not ripping the numerators off to form space, inverting it, and repeating for time. In Larson's system, only ONE scalar dimension produces the 3D coordinate system. A scalar dimension is speed. Speed means something is changing with respect to a fixed clock. The s/t scalar dimension is then seen as a vector, with a start, a passage of time, and an end. It requires 3 spatial coordinates to express that to our consciousness (two locations, start and end of the vector), with time running at unit velocity. The result is still speed... (xx/1t, ys/1t, zs/1t, 1). Because motion is discrete (quantized), we don't see the middle bit where the point slides along the vector, we can only observe the unit boundaries.

Try thinking of it this way... the spatial location of that scalar motion that is coincident with the reference system was HERE, then it was THERE, so we now have the endpoints of a vector of motion--speed + direction. That is how consciousness becomes aware of change. But since the clock is 1t, and the denominators of that vector are all 1t, we (as people, not Nature) just ignore that component and see (x,y,z) and label them points and distances.

The other two scalar dimensions (the ones not coincident with the reference system) just modify how that initial scalar dimension moves in its vectorial shadow--they are not casting any 3D shadow as a velocity vector, themselves.

Larson does not distinguish which scalar dimension is coincident with the reference system. Research has shown that, because the dimensions are independent and indistinguishable, it depends on the environment. In the material sector, is is usually the dimension with the largest spatial displacement, which is why we tend to see everything as an "electric universe" (the C dimension), rather than a magnetic one.

Normalizing time then is making t1=t2=t3 and t=(t12 + t22 + t32)1/2.  This is my interpretation of the shadow casting process.

That is a process of normalizing a vector to unit length. To cast a shadow, you normalize to the unit plane, the projective plane, where w=1. For example, if I normalize (2,2,2,2) to unit length, I get (.5, .5, .5, .5) -- the 4th coordinate, "w" the projective plane, is not unity--so you shadow is underground (.5), not on the surface (1). To normalize to the projective plane, (2,2,2,2) becomes (1,1,1,1), where the 4th coordinate is unity--which is how we interpret clock time, (x/t,y/t,z/t,t/t).

In a 3D coordinate system, you do the same projection to a unit volume, instead of a unit plane.

Categories: RS2 Research

NASA hits back at millionaire in asteroid spat

Physics World - Thu, 06/16/2016 - 04:57
Nathan Myhrvold at loggerheads with astrophysicists over asteroid analysis
Categories: Conventional Science

Small asteroid is Earth’s constant companion

Astronomy Magazine - Thu, 06/16/2016 - 04:00
Researchers’ calculations indicate 2016 HO3 has been a stable quasi-satellite of Earth for almost a century.
Categories: Astronomy

A planet burning hotter than a small star is on a death spiral

Astronomy Magazine - Thu, 06/16/2016 - 04:00
A young giant sun cooks its planet hotter than some stars.
Categories: Astronomy

It may take 1500 years to meet E.T.

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 18:00
It is highly probable that the human race will hear from aliens, but it may not be for a while.
Categories: Astronomy

new today on SCIAM

RS2 Fora Comments - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 14:22

No black holes? No GV waves? Hmmm ... these guys think so and now they have more "proof"?

Gravitational Wave Observatory Finds More Colliding Black Holes

The second confirmation of ripples in spacetime is announced by astronomers at LIGO

Categories: RS2 Research

What do the stars look like from Mars?

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 13:30
The Mars-like deserts of the American Southwest are some of Earth’s most iconic stargazing grounds. Far from pestering city lights and free from regular cloud cover, they provide a starry-skied sanctuary for lovers of the night. So, it would stand to reason that the deserts of Mars itself would be even more idyllic. After all, there’s no light pollution and cloud cover is hard to come by. And to some degree, that’s true. It doesn’t get much darker than nighttime on the Re
Categories: Astronomy

Could dark matter really be first generation black holes?

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 12:30
One physicist believes LIGO-like black holes could be the "missing mass" long sought by particle physicists. Not everyone is so sure.
Categories: Astronomy

LIGO detects second black-hole merger

Physics World - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 11:15
"Boxing Day event" confirms the dawn of gravitational-wave astronomy
Categories: Conventional Science

LIGO Detects a Second Set of Gravitational Waves

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 04:00
The detection bolsters the search for more black hole mergers and ripples in space-time.
Categories: Astronomy

Planet-devouring star reveals possible limestone crumbs

Astronomy Magazine - Wed, 06/15/2016 - 04:00
Researchers found that the rocky material being accreted by the star could be comprised of minerals that are typically associated with marine life processes here on Earth.
Categories: Astronomy

Substellar brown dwarfs can still pack a star-like punch

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 19:00
A brown dwarf was found with "solar" flares that outshine our own sun, despite not making the grade as a star.
Categories: Astronomy

Smaller stars may not be the best parents for would-be planets

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 15:00
Chandra finds powerful X-rays that may disrupt the formation of exoplanets around smaller stars.
Categories: Astronomy

“ How would you characterise

RS2 Fora Comments - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 11:28

“ How would you characterise the directions in a three dimensional frame of reference of speed? ”

"Since we normalize time (reduce it to unity) in a 3D reference system, they would be the conventional directions, with the first axis being up/down and the other two orthogonal to that."

I get that when time is normalized the result is the conventional directions, but what if we think in terms of the natural reference frame of speed?  If the three dimensions of speed (s/t, s/t, s/t) must be independent of one another, then it seems to me that we will need to have three independent units of space (say s1, s2, and s3) as well as three independent units of time (such as t1, t2, t3).  The three speed dimensions are then (s1/t1, s2/t2, s3/t3).  Without independent space and time units, the three dimensions of speed cannot be independent.

Normalizing time then is making t1=t2=t3 and t=(t12 + t22 + t32)1/2.  This is my interpretation of the shadow casting process.

Categories: RS2 Research

Chiral molecules spotted in interstellar cloud

Physics World - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 11:15
Possible precursors of life detected outside of the solar system for the first time
Categories: Conventional Science

Astronomers find first evidence of chiral chemistry in distant cosmic cloud

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 04:00
An organic (if toxic) alcohol could point the way toward finding more "handed" molecules — the kind that make up RNA, DNA, and other building blocks to life.
Categories: Astronomy

These Experiments Are Building the Case to Terraform Mars

Astronomy Magazine - Tue, 06/14/2016 - 04:00
If we want to live on Mars, we need to make it warm and wet again.
Categories: Astronomy


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