RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

July 30, 2013

The Simplistic, Irrational Nature of “”

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 7:21 pm

According to “,” the Reciprocal System is “psedoscience”, so we decided to take a deeper look at “RationalWiki.” It turns out that this supposed online encyclopedia is just an outline, more or less, and a very poor one at that; it seems like the articles are written for 9th graders. Very few of the articles have scientific value. We could find no article on space-time, electric current, thermal current, capacitors, magnetism, stellar energy generation, or galactic structure. We did find some very weak articles on radiation, atoms, subatomic particles, chemistry, gravity, and stars. There is only a one sentence description of cosmology! Thus, it’s obvious that there is vastly more real science here on our Reciprocal System Database site, Forget about “”–it’s a pseudo-encyclopedia!

Does “Anti-Matter” Fall Upward?

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 2:19 pm

Christopher James Huff, otherwise known as “cjameshuff”, doesn’t understand the situtation very well. He says: “Related to this argument, the energy content of a system gives it positive gravity. Put 500 g of matter and 500 g of antimatter in an unobtanium box, and if the antimatter experiences antigravity, the weight of the two cancels out. Annihilate the two, and the box suddenly gains 1 kg of weight. Why such a bizarre asymmetry? Why would energy behave differently only in the form of antimatter?”

Actually there is no such thing as “antimatter.” It’s really “inverse matter.” Inverse matter in our half of the universe still has mass, and so it doesn’t “fall upward.” There is perfect symmetry in our physical universe: our half, the material sector, exists below the speed of light; the other half, the cosmic sector, exists above the speed of light–but the velocity equation flips, so in that sector there is motion in time, rather than in space. Inverse matter here, in our sector, decays in a brief amount of time. Its mass here is inverse to the mass it has in its native sector. If an inverse proton combines with a material proton, the result is radiation–there is no mass here, just energy! [Note: the annihilation is not necessarily as simple as it is in the electron-positron situation. Other particles may be created, which eventually convert to radiation.]

Also, this poor fellow still doesn’t understand what happens in the “two-capacitor problem.” He still thinks that “charge conservation” holds, even if it violates the known law of energy conservation. Like many slaves to conventional physics, he says that somehow “the energy is radiated away”–but no such energy has ever been measured. The voltage of the second capacitor is higher than that predicted by conventional capacitor theory, which therefore disproves it. The electrons in ordinary electrical circuits are massless, and chargeless; conventional theory does not tell us what an ordinary electron is: it is just accepted as a “given” feature of nature. The Reciprocal System is thousands of light years ahead of conventional theory.

July 3, 2013

Is This an Old or Young Galaxy?

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 6:45 pm

The conventional theory is that at these distances, we must be dealing with a very young galaxy, near the beginning of the alleged “Big Bang.” But: there is a quasar behind it! From the standpoint of the Reciprocal System of theory, this means that we’re dealing with an old galaxy, not a young one! Quasars and radio galaxies result from the explosion of an old galaxy at the end of its life–when its matter reaches the upper age limit. The exploding galaxy loses mass, of course, each time it explodes. The final result looks like a very small, young galaxy, which will eventually combine with others to form bigger galaxies–and then the process repeats after many billions of years. Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself!

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