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s +1 -1 +1
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+1 -1 +1 (or 2/1 1/2 2/1)
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I think the result of direction reversal is ok, both bi-rotation and direction reversal produce a 1D vibration except the square wave problem. But there's another problem in Larson's model. In Larson's model, one cycle of a photon vibration include two unit of progression, two unit of time, and this logic is used for the caculation of unit time. How could Laron get frequencies other than 1/2? I think we can't calculate frequencies by time but the reverse. In SI system, one second is defined by 9 192 631 770 oscillations of the light emitted by a cesium-133 atom, but obviously this duration of one second is vared by time dilation effect. How could Larson caculate unit time via a frequency since we define time by a frequency?
Quoted above doesn't provide an explanation to the time dilation by measurement. Time dilation is caused by measurement but not time itself, should be an observer effect i think. In fact what we measured is a number of oscillations but not time itself. Since only space can be measured directly, i doubt it is the measurement of time by fixed space unit and oscillations bringing π into the system, bending a square wave into sin/cos, observer dependent.Time dilation: Does not exist in Larson's Reciprocal System, as Larson only considers the Euclidean projection of scalar motion (as he postulates). What would normally be time dilation in the RS is adjusted by motion in coordinate time (3-dimensional time, clock space), the Cosmic half of the Universe. In RS2, time dilation only occurs in the non-Euclidean geometric strata, again because "time" is not fixed at unity, as it is in the Euclidean. Therefore, time acts as a scale factor in the relations of velocity, appearing to slow things down or speed them up. Relativity, having no analogous concepts to either the Cosmic sector, nor projective geometry, has to adjust the flow of clock time for this scale factor.(Time (Miles Mathis) topic)
If so, electron, magnetism, atoms should all be waveform. Frequency is just an observer effect. Wave of electron should be like: 1D expansion periodically.
Not sure i'm getting these things right.