Faster-than-Light experiment by ISUS

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Faster-than-Light experiment by ISUS

Post by daniel » Sat Jun 14, 2014 3:23 pm

Rainer and Bruce (ISUS, the International Society of Unified Science) have just finished a series of experiments, based on Dewey Larson's Reciprocal System, that proves that the Coulomb force (the electric field) not only "communicates" faster than light, but is at near infinite velocity.

Larson's physics states that these forces, electric (1D), magnetic (2D) and gravitational (3D) don't actually exhibit a pull or push on each other--the objects move independently and it is because of the way that the observer assigns 3D coordinate locations that makes it appear that they attract or repel at infinite speeds.

To understand the concept, take two cars on a long, straight road, heading towards each other at 2 miles apart. Accelerate each car up to 88 mph, then wait. They are now heading at each other, very quickly. Conventional science would have you believe that the mass of each car is attracting the other, and that explains why they will collide in a very short time. Larson's view is that it is the inherent, scalar speed of each car that will make them collide (each having a net, inward motion of 88 mph). Which makes more sense?

The experiment demonstrates Larson's approach, treating radio waves as being carried by the progression of the natural reference system at the speed of light and the Coulomb "force" being an independent, scalar motion.

I can't wait to see what the scientists come up with to explain the results!
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Post by daniel » Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:49 pm

Details of the experiment are up on the RS2 site: Instantaneous Transmission of Electric Force
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Post by Djchrismac » Thu Jun 19, 2014 3:27 pm

daniel wrote:Details of the experiment are up on the RS2 site: Instantaneous Transmission of Electric Force
Excellent work by Bruce and Rainer! So are they going to repeat the experiment again in a more controlled enironment with no EM interference to get even more exact results? And what are the plans for distributing the results to scientists?

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Re: Faster-than-Light experiment by ISUS

Post by daniel » Fri Jun 20, 2014 9:29 am

Djchrismac wrote:
daniel wrote:Details of the experiment are up on the RS2 site: Instantaneous Transmission of Electric Force
Excellent work by Bruce and Rainer! So are they going to repeat the experiment again in a more controlled enironment with no EM interference to get even more exact results? And what are the plans for distributing the results to scientists?
More tests are being planned for the weekend with some other people contributing their knowledge, including an equipment specialist and Moray B. King, author and lecturer on zero point energy.

The experiment is going to be presented by Rainer at the 2014 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference at the end of July.
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Post by MrTwig » Tue Jun 24, 2014 9:18 pm

One thing I could never understand with electricity is if it is moving at the speed of light what has time got to do with it? For instance if everything is basically different forms of electric force or scalar motion, how does faster than light fit into situations like using radio wave to experiment with. I am no physicist but I do know a little about electric systems. Wouldn't you need a bigger experiment?
Boy I would like to be at that conference! This is what I have tried to understand for as long as I can remember.
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