If we define the rate at which we process our surrounding environment at 30 fps this will then create a nice smooth continuous image of our physical reality. Life will appear normal with no skips and jumps in the physical images we observe. We know that the brain limits (~30 fps) our experience to what … Read moreYou’ve been framed
We are all familiar with stumbling around in a darkened room. We are also aware that when we strike a match in that room, then the light from the match fills the entire room. When we increase the luminosity further by turning on a 100 watt bulb the room becomes complete flooded and we can … Read moreTwinkle twinkle little …
Electrophoresis WR describes this electric universe in terms of motion. Motion is either centripetal or centrifugal. Perceivable matter has dominant centripetal motion while nebulous matter which looks like space has a dominant centrifugal motion. This entire universe is set within a framework which is divided into two equal but not identical halves. One half is … Read moreCosmic – Electrophoresis
WR teaches that effects which are created ‘here’ and repeated everywhere. How is this achieved ? Well, as the title of this post suggests, it is achieved through harmonic repetition. We know when a note is played on one instrument, the same note will oscillate on an adjacent instrument. In addition to this sympathetic coupling, … Read moreHarmonic Repetition
If the entire universe is in resonance due to a cymatic standing wave pattern caused by opposed motions (rim to hub/hub to rim) then there is no need for all the chemical bonding supported by MSS. Every chemist is taught about the various chemical bonding options, ionic, covalent, hydrogen, double, triple to name but a … Read moreChemical Bonding not necessary !
We are all taught that a copper wire acts as a conduit for electric current. That current then flows in the wire just like water of a river, bordered and guided by the river banks. Both Nikola Tesla and Walter Russell describe the perceived electric current runs AROUND the wire and not IN the wire. … Read moreCurrent carrying wire – Really ?