Andrew wrote:Is this rendition of Larson's periodic wheel accurate?
No, it isn't. That is from the Bundy System of theory (not RS, but "BS"). It has a number of problems; the magnetic rotations are doubled-up on the circumference (2-1-x and 2-2-x are at the same radius), is missing the proton group, and lists hydrogen as the first element, which should be Deuterium. (Hydrogen is a composite rotation of a proton + electron neutrino, making it subatomic. Deuterium is the first atomic rotating system. Of course, that means Deuterium is NOT an isotope of hydrogen, but hydrogen IS an isotope of the proton).
There are three scalar dimensions involved in Larson's periodic table, so you would need a 3D object to accurately represent it.
My reference is from Nothing But Motion, page 132
If you notice, the Periodic Table is divided into three groups, lower, intermediate and higher, just like speed ranges. Each range is split into two columns, and the elements in each column have similar properties by row (like a mirror splitting the rows into image and reflection). Carbon is on the left and silicon is "in the mirror" on the right.
All these elements do that. For example, Oxygen and Sulfur behave the same... you can have H2
O, which is healthy water, or H2
S, which is poisonous gas (rotten egg odor). SiO2, silicon dioxide, is just sand. Flip Silicon to Carbon, and you get CO2, carbon dioxide, another poisonous gas. When things start to exchange, sympathy becomes discord.
Andrew wrote:I see that silver is in the same hemisphere of silicon, but in a different section. I initially though that, because you said silver is the antithesis of carbon, that reciprocally copper would be the antithesis of silicon, per this diagram.
In the inanimate realm, silver and copper are mirror images, as are carbon and silicon. I was speaking of the life unit function. Silver binds bioenergy, while carbon releases it.
As a general principle, the elements on the left-hand side of Larson's Periodic Table tend to be pro-life (carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, calcium, potassium, iron, etc) and the ones on the right tend to be unhealthy (aluminum, silicon, sulfur, chlorine, silver, etc). These "unhealthy" ones tend to form the basis of medicines (like colloidal silver) because of that property--our "health system" is not based on making the body healthier, but attacking the invading condition with poisons.
I found this 3D version of the Periodic Table that Bruce did. I think he was going to use it for an "element picker" in a computer program. As you can see, it reflects Larson's periodic structure exactly, with each layer having the image/mirror image elements, one on top of the other.