Discussion concerning the first major re-evaluation of Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System of theory, updated to include counterspace (Etheric spaces), projective geometry, and the non-local aspects of time/space.
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Its time someone gave Larson credit for the discovery of antigravity (at least on this planet). He does this on page 141 of NBM where he says that "motion with negative displacement has the effect of adding more space to the existing physical situation, whatever it may be, and the electron is therefore, in effect, a rotating unit of space." In that simple sentence Larson unlocks the mystery of antigravity. We all know that within unit space gravity and the progression reverse direction. By expanding unit space with electrons to encompass the size of a craft you obviously create an antigravity device. Equally obvious is the time distortion that is created by negative time displacement within this enlarged unit space. The use of huge capacitors is well known to students of UFO phenonema as well as time distortion. Look, I'm not a scientist but I can read. And its time to give Larson credit for this unique discovery
You may also want to check out "3-x ultra high motion" in Universe of Motion, as it applies to pulsars--they exhibit antigravity at an astronomical scale.
Every dogma has its day...