RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

May 23, 2014

The Reciprocal System: Microcosmos Database is now Available!

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 8:49 am
This is the biggest event for ISUS, Inc. since the publication of Dewey B. Larson’s work, Basic Properties of Matter, in 1988. After six years of very hard work Dr. Ronald W. Satz has completed Module I of the Reciprocal System Database: Microcosmos; the beta testing has finished. You can find the download link at Download the files and follow the instructions in the readme file. There will be no printed manual; most of the fields have “tool tips” which explain what to enter; the program has been made as easy to use as possible. A link is given on the main menu to the blog site, where you can read all of Dr. Satz’s papers and Larson’s books for free. Windows XP or higher is required; the faster your computer, the better, because the calculations are very complicated.
The software is free for 30 days, so you can try it out with no obligation. After that the program will lock; if you wish to continue use of the program, we ask you to make a one-time payment of $295 to using PayPal and send to the data in the fields on the Utility Menu layout; we will then send you the license code to unlock the program; up to five users can access the database simultaneously, so the per seat cost is less than $60!

May 8, 2014

Hypervelocity Stars

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 12:12 pm

Hypervelocity stars are pulsars or ex-pulsars (i.e., with very long periods) which are in the process of leaving our Galaxy.  They come from the “white dwarf” core of our Galaxy; they have high velocities in the third space-time dimension, and this allows them to exit.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.







May 6, 2014

May 2014 Scientific American Cover Story

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 12:22 pm


Yes, our competitors in theoretical physics finally admit that there is a “crisis” in physics.  But they still refuse to consider the solution:  the Reciprocal System.  Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.


May 4, 2014

Michael Shermer, a Skeptic, is Not Skeptical About Global Warming

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 5:57 pm

This is amusing.  Shermer, a well-know skeptic, is associated with Scientific American.  This publication devotes most of its pages to the nonsense of “modern physics”–which Shermer apparently believes.  Shermer never attacks “science”–he just attacks those on the Right who disagree with him on anthropogenic global warming and on certain parapsychology experiments.  We recommend that he be more skeptical of the Big Bang, black holes, worm holes, Quantum Mechanics, and all the other nonsense of “modern physics”–then, he might be taken more seriously!


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