RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

October 27, 2016

Quasar Atmospheres

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 10:26 am

This is no surprise for the Reciprocal System.  From The Universe of Motion, pp. 311-312:

“The constituent stars grow older during the time that the quasar moves
outward, and in the later stages of its existence some of these stars reach their
destructive limits. These stars then explode as Type II supemovae in the
manner previously described. As we have seen, such explosions eject one
cloud of explosion products outward into space, and another similar cloud
outward into time (equivalent to inward in space). When the explosion speed
of the products ejected into time is superimposed on the speed of the quasar,
which is already near the sector boundary, these products pass into the cosmic
sector and disappear.
“The outward motion of the explosion products ejected into space is equivalent
to an inward motion in time. It therefore opposes the motion of the quasar,
which is outward in time. If this inward motion could be observed
independently it would produce a blueshift, as it is directed toward our
location, rather than away from it. But since this motion occurs only in
combination with the outward motion of the quasar its effect is to reduce the
net outward speed and the magnitude of the redshift. Thus the slower-moving
products of the secondary explosions move outward in the same manner as the
quasar itself, and their inverse speed components merely delay their arrival at
the point where conversion to motion in time takes place.

“A quasar in one of these later stages of its existence is thus surrounded not
only by an atmosphere moving with the quasar itself, but also by one or more
independent clouds of particles moving away from the quasar in time
(equivalent space). Each cloud of particles gives rise to an absorption redshift
differing from the emission value by the magnitude of the inward speed
imparted to these particles by the internal explosions. As pointed out in the
discussion of the nature of scalar motion, any object that is moving in this
manner may also acquire a vectorial motion. The vectorial speeds of the
quasar components are small compared to their scalar speeds, but they may be
large enough to cause some measurable deviations from the scalar values. In
some cases this results in an absorption redshift slightly above the emission
value. Because of the inward direction of the speeds resulting from the
secondary explosions, all other absorption redshifts differing from the
emission values are below the emission redshifts.
“The speed imparted to the ejected particles has no appreciable effect on the
recession, z. Like the increase in effective speed beyond the 2.326 level,
therefore, the change has to take place in the redshift factor, and it is limited to
steps of 0.125, the minimum change in that factor. The possible absorption
redshifts of a quasar thus exist in a regular series of values differing by 0.125
z½. Inasmuch as the value of z for the quasars reaches a maximum at
0.326, and all variability of the redshifts above 2.326 results from changes in
the redshift factor, the theoretical values of the possible absorption redshifts
above the 2.326 level are identical for all quasars, and coincide with the
possible values of the emission redshifts.”

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October 20, 2016

Conventional Theory of Solar System Proven Wrong

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 10:00 am

From the Reciprocal System of theory, we can deduce that originally there was a single binary star system here.  Then both stars went supernova, resulting in two red giants and two planets (or failed stars which did not become white dwarfs).  Both red giants then contracted back to the main sequence.  So now we see two stars and two planets, which the article says is a “binary-binary system.”

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October 10, 2016

Yes, A White Dwarf Star Is Inside Out

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 12:40 pm

The conventional theorists are totally baffled.  But not those of us who work with the Reciprocal System!  Quoting Dewey B. Larson from The Universe of Motion, p. 78:

“Contraction of the matter of the white dwarf star under pressure has the
opposite effect, just as it does in the case of ordinary matter. Pressure thus
reduces the density measured on this same basis. The constituents of a white
dwarf star, like those of any other star, are subject to the gravitational effect of
the structure as a whole, and the atoms in the interior are therefore under a
pressure. The natural direction of gravitation is always toward unity. In the
intermediate region (speeds above unity), as in the time region (distances
below unity) that we explored in the earlier volumes, toward unity is outward
in the context of a fixed spatial reference system, the datum level of which is
zero. Thus the gravitational force in the white dwarf star is inverse relative to
the fixed system of reference. It operates to move the atoms closer together in
time, which is equivalent to farther apart in space. At the location where the
pressure due to the gravitational force is the strongest, the center of the star,
the compression in time is the greatest, and since compression in time is
equivalent to expansion in space, the center of a white dwarf is the region of
lowest density. As we will see later, this inverse density gradient plays an
important part in determining the properties of the white dwarfs.”  Also, p. 168:

“Because of the inverse density gradient
in the white dwarf stars this relatively heavy condensed gas component takes
the form of an outer shell, rather than that of an inner core.”

Also, p. 178:

“The phenomenon that we are now considering, the existence of helium
atmospheres in certain classes of white dwarf stars, is a more limited example
of the same kind of anticipation of the observational discoveries. Here the
explanation was provided before the need for it was recognized. The essential
feature of this explanation is the inverse density gradient. The existence of this
inverse gradient is not an ad hoc assumption that has been formulated to fit the
observations, in the manner of so many of the “ explanations” offered by
conventional theory. It is something that is definitely required by the basic
postulates of the theory of the universe of motion, and was so recognized, and
set forth in the published works, long before the existence of the helium
atmospheres was reported by the observers, and the need for an explanation of
this seeming anomaly became evident. The 1959 publication stated
specifically that “ The center of a white dwarf star is the region of lowest

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