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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net motion of one sector upon another, rather than some intrinsic property.
Exactly what I meant, also help me clear my mind.
I am racking my brain looking for a quantity to express the "aether density". Of course it is t per unit volume. It make a lot sense for all kinds of forces including gravity. From 1D-ND, there should be a quantity determined only by the magnitude of scalar motion in a patial reference system, it means the flux of the gradient of this quantity is constant. Electric, magnetic, gravitational forces are all analogues to buoyancy. You just have to determine the aether density of the media and the object itself. I am always wondering what exactly is the direct effect of changing s/t ratio of a location by 1D scalar motion? I think it is voltage. When this quantity expands through space, it cause electric field E=-∇φ. It should be pressure(t/s4
)=-∇firmness for 3D. But voltage is t/s2
, i don't see dimensional relation between voltage and firmness. There's another problem for firmness, that the effect should reverse from one aspect to the other when scalar motion "push" the firmness beyond a number.