Time Region Speeds

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Time Region Speeds

Post by bperet » Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:05 pm

15 years ago in 2003, back when I was a "newbie" to the Reciprocal System, I had a lengthy conversation with Prof. KVK Nehru of India, regarding black body radiation and the problems it presented in the RS. We covered a lot of different topics, including different ways to represent displacement and how to use imaginary numbers to express some of these concepts. It may well be worth the read if for those new to the Reciprocal System, as it is me bumbling around trying to understand the structure of the atom, with Nehru as my mentor:

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Post by Djchrismac » Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:13 am

Thanks I downloaded and saved all of the word doc transcripts a while ago and will have a read once I get the chance. I'll maybe put them all into a single PDF too if it helps make reading it easier.

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Post by Gottafly » Thu Sep 02, 2021 8:54 am

I have been reading these conversations in the MS Word format, and I merged them all into a PDF because that's just easier to take with me from place to place. I can provide that, if anyone wants it.

I see a lot of references from Bruce about an RS2 Library. The links are all broken. A single repository would be a handy item. At this point, as a new guy here, it takes a very long time to pick up RS2 by stumbling across useful tidbits in various forum topics, or looking at the limited supply of PowerPoint presentations and videos. Bruce did a lot of work. Where did that information go?

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