So much synchronicity. I am about ¾ through the paper and can already tell the author what’s going on.

Gravity is logarithmic… specifically natural-logirthmic (w.r.t. base e).

Base e is unity datum, as I discuss here (Tao of Motion as 1=Φπ²/16), and is not correct as defined as it assumes a 0-base datum.

Inside planets are moving in 3D-coordinate time; outside planets in 3D-corrdinate space. The asteroid belt is the unit boundary (or the Sun’s gravitational limit).

“Integral of 1/x dx to be ln(x) + C is a lie as we know.

That would imply that inter-atomic distance is indeed not logarithmic.

The question then becomes how precisely do you integrate without the dreaded infinity.

This further implies we are dealing with counterspace.”

This is all terribly interesting. I shall continue and report back shortly.

user737

Re: The Terrestrial Planets Do Weird Calculus

Posted: Tue Dec 08, 2020 10:18 pm

by eanbardsley

Hi, wow, I never have known about this. I don't know quite how to respond to the analysis of my work because the terms used here are totally unfamiliar to me. I clicked on the links for them and found a lot of material I need to familiarize myself with. I don't know where to start!

Hi, wow, I never have known about this. I don't know quite how to respond to the analysis of my work because the terms used here are totally unfamiliar to me. I clicked on the links for them and found a lot of material I need to familiarize myself with. I don't know where to start!

Hi Ian, that's great you have joined us and don't worry things will start to make more sense once you grasp the basics of the Reciprocal System and a Universe of motion. To help you review, please see the following paper which was the last one done by Bruce before he passed away:

The RS2 Tutorial papers at https://reciprocalsystem.org/rs2-tutorial will also provide more details and for anything else you are not sure about just ask and we will help. You can also read Larson's original bookis online at https://reciprocalsystem.org/books. User737 should be on to post a more detailed follow up on your research once he finishes it.

Re: The Terrestrial Planets Do Weird Calculus

Posted: Tue Dec 15, 2020 10:45 am

by eanbardsley

Thanks, good to be here, and thank you for the link for where to get a start.

It is hard to find time to work on this, but I found a little time to look at the weird derivative mathematically (it was originally provoked by the planets), I think we all here understand finding the time to work on things, especially coming out of the holidays. I just put up the beginning of the paper at academia at https://www.academia.edu/44790508/Looki ... Derivative I really find this interesting, it is just a few pages,...

Re: The Terrestrial Planets Do Weird Calculus

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 11:40 pm

by eanbardsley

I had found the weird derivative from the planets, now I have found the weird integral and found that it describes electron orbits in the atom. I have started a discussion on it at: