Yes. If you recall the Philadelphia Experiment, that's how sailors ended up inside bulkheads. (That occurred because they used technology to push a ship into the Other Realm... when the power was cut, it just dropped out wherever, with no concern for consequence. Under natural conditions, it is virtually impossible to materialize inside another object.)animus wrote:Ah ok. So for a bystander this would look like in the movie "Jumper" where you just vanish. (And then reappear in either a different place or different time.)
The latter. If you look at Larson's atomic displacement notation, that A-B-C rotation (see page 132, Nothing But Motion), the A-B represents a temporal, magnetic rotation and the C a spatial, electric one. What the RS2 folks discovered is that C is actually a C-D -- perfect atomic symmetry, and the C-D is a "cosmic magnetic rotation" of which we only see the net effect on our side, as Larson's "C" value, which we call "electric." So if your atoms are balanced A-B=C-D, rather than A-B-C, you have access to both realms.animus wrote:Balanced as in there are as much material atoms as there are cosmic atoms or balanced as in one atom itself is balanced? The latter would make more sense, I guess.