uncovering the secrets of magnetism

Discussion concerning other (non-RS) systems of theory and the insights obtained from them, as applied to the developing RS2 theory.
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duane
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uncovering the secrets of magnetism

Post by duane » Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:43 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IcxHxGZ4OI

VIDEO 103 UNCOVERING SECRETS OF MAGNETISM. Gravity does NOT exist. F+M vs. I+A. What!?
with some very crude language

he talks about "gravity" being the incoherent move of objects toward counterspace

while magnetism being the coherent move of objects toward counterspace

I'm not sure it's the same counterspace as RS counterspace

but that's why I posted it

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Beyond Newton

Post by bperet » Thu Oct 29, 2015 4:34 pm

He has a lot of it "right" (in line with Reciprocal System concepts), though his terminology is a bit confusing.

He considers "gravity" as a thing, not a motion, so that is why he repeats "there is no such thing as gravity." That is correct--gravity is not a "thing," it is an inward, scalar motion in 3 dimensions (what he calls "divergence" or a move towards counterspace--the time region of the atom). Apparently, he missed reciprocal of gravity, the progression of the natural reference system (outward, scalar motion in 3 dimensions).

24 minutes in he recognizes that space and time are not "things," either, but aspects of motion.

He also seems to recognize that "forces" are farces, as discussed on this forum in another topic. Larson did not accept invisible forces moving things around, either. For Larson, it was a "push."

He's got the concept of yin-yang (counterspace, space), but has not addressed time as the reciprocal of space (countertime, time). Well, at least not in this video. He is basically using the word "counterspace" as Larson uses "equivalent space" (since Larson knew nothing of projective geometry).

He would probably be quite interested in Larson's take on "gravity" in Beyond Newton: An Explanation of Gravitation. Note that the book is not an explanation of the "thing" called "gravity," but in the inward motion that appears to pull things together--gravitation.
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