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Post by bperet » Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:21 pm

RS2 is an active research project based upon Dewey B. Larson's original research known as the Reciprocal System of physical theory. RS2 is NOT Larson's Reciprocal System, nor is it associated with ISUS, the International Socety of Unified Science. RS2 is a private research project, privately funded. The information on this site constitutes active research into the extension and development of the concept of a universe of motion, the premise of the Reciprocal System. As an active research project, MANY perspectives are considered as we attempt to find better ways to represent the concepts of a universe of motion.

We are always looking for ideas and concepts that improve the accuracy, representation and explanation of the concepts behind a universe of motion. And there have been many excellent contributions by many people.

I am very disappointed that I have to make a post concerning conduct, I would expect people interested in research to act in a professional, courteous and respectful manner but that is apparently not the case in this day and age. Flaming, trolling, spamming, rude or insulting comments on this site are NOT acceptable, and such comments (and all replies) will be deleted without notice at the sole discretion of the site moderators.

New ideas, better ways to express old ideas, and even questions about concepts all assist in the development of this research project. Nehru and I have found that trying to answer questions makes you think more deeply about a concept, which often finds flaws or strengths in the system. Helpful questions and comments are always appreciated. Unqualified attacks on people or concepts are pointless, inflamatory and a waste of everyone's clock time.

Please keep comments helpful, considerate and respectful of your fellow researchers. It is just "common courtesy"--which, from what I've seen across the Internet, is not very "common" anymore.
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