The high-speed sector, which is a realm of higher than c-speed entities we call c-entites, is consistent with special relativity because it is the inverse of the low-speed sector, where motion is measured in units of time per unit of space (v = t/s), rather than in units of space per unit of time (v = s/t), as we are accustomed to experiencing it.

It's fascinating to understand how easily this reciprocity of space and time can explain so much physical phenomena in elegant, yet simple terms. Larson was able to hold his audiences spell-bound with the vision he had, based on reciprocity.

However, the students of Larson have always been challenged to come up with a "crucial experiment," that would prove the physical veracity of the reciprocity of space and time, but this is not easy to do, and we have had to settle for offering alternative explanations to the results of well-known LST experiments, where space and time are not treated as reciprocal quantities in the equation of motion, but something called spacetime, in the equations of general relativity.

This situation is very embarrassing and inhibiting for many of us, driving us to constantly be on the look out for the elusive "crucial experiment." Well, I suspect it may have been discovered accidentally by Randell Mills, when he was looking for a new fundamental structure of the electron, so that he could use classical physics to describe atomic phenomena, rather than the accepted QM description that has a mathematical, but not a physical basis.

The model he came up with makes little sense to us (see previous posts), but incredibly enough, it seems to have inadvertently unveiled the cosmic sector of the universe! Of course, few people in the LST community believe his work to be sound at this point, but he is confounding them with experimental evidence.

Fortunately, the controversy goes to the heart of the mathematics of the RST. Critics of his work view the Hydrino energy states as violations of known quantum physics, because they view them as "fractions" of the ground state of Hydrogen.

However, it turns out that it is the well-known excited states of Hydrogen that are the fractional states, where the term 1/n

^{2}in the Rydberg formula, quantifies the fraction of Hydrogen's ionization energy, 13.6 Ev, attributed to the energy of the atom's electron.

The real quantum turns out to be the ionization energy of Hydrogen. The set of line spectra called the Lyman series actually contains the fractions of the true quantum unit of 13.6 Ev, and the Rydberg formula only has to be inverted to calculate the quantum values of the Hydrinos.

This is a phenomenal breakthrough (no pun intended), because it demonstrates conclusively that the inverse sector of the universe, the cosmic sector, is real, and it does it in a fundamental manner that is unprecedented. To be sure, Mills would not agree, because he does not understand the RST and its fundamental unit of scalar motion. His theory is a theory of the LST and its fundamental unit of vector motion.

But it's the simple truth of the integer number line,

1/n, ...1/3, 1/2, 1/1, 2/1, 3/1, ...n/1,

that reveals the reality of the reciprocal universe.

We can summarize it very succinctly with Rydberg's equation:

Low-Speed (< c-speed) --- c-speed --- High-Speed (> c-speed)

s/t = R(1/n

_{1}

^{2}- 1/n

_{2}

^{2}) --- c-speed --- t/s = 1/R(n

_{1}

^{2}- n

_{2}

^{2})

Here, I've substituted a "s/t" term for the usual "1/λ" term and the inverse of "s/t," or "t/s" for the expected "λ/1" term, in the inverted equation, but the idea conveyed is that the Rydberg formula for the Hydrogen spectra on the low-speed side, is inverted for the Hydrino energy on the high-speed side of c-speed.

That's straightforward enough on it's face, because we can think of wavelength (cycle length) as the magnitude of space that light travels in one cycle of its undulation, and the inverse of that value, whatever we call it (cycle time?), is the magnitude of time that is required for light to complete one cycle of its undulation.

But the confusion between the dimensions of energy (t/s) and the dimensions of velocity (s/t), as defined in the LST community, is considerable, because that community does not regard motion in time as the inverse of motion in space. Nevertheless, when we regard energy, t/s, as motion in time, we can convert it to motion in space, using the Planck equation,

ν = E/h,

even though we normally express ν in terms of cycles per second, or 1/t.

Larson explained that this normal practice introduces confusion regarding the true dimensions of the h (t

^{2}/s) constant, which should be the dimensions of energy squared (t

^{2}/s

^{2}), because the actual dimensions of ν are those of velocity. Therefore, the correct dimensions of Planck's equation, E = hν, are,

t/s = t

^{2}/s

^{2}x s/t

and thus, ν = E/h, or

s/t = (t/s)/(t

^{2}/s

^{2}),

makes sense, and we can say that energy squared is the conversion factor between energy and velocity, just as velocity squared is the conversion factor between energy and mass, in Einstein's equation, E = mc

^{2}.

The point is that the work of Mills is proving that there is an inverse to physical phenomena, and on one side of unity, the low-speed side, the phenomena are understood in terms of line spectra (motion in space), while on the other side of unity, the high-speed side, the phenomena are understood in terms of energy (motion in time).

Wow!