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04-06-2012, 06:45 PM
Dewey B Larson - Reciprocal Systems - Science (Nature's Law) vs Psyence (Man's Invention)


Worth checking out the links under This Video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wfss5tExJs&feature=related), as well as the other videos in the series.

The video is not of greatest quality (1978) but still worth watching IMO.

The attached links also appear valuable.

04-06-2012, 06:56 PM
One of the more important videos worth watching IMO:


04-06-2012, 07:08 PM

Direct link HERE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQmm3wwd0PI&feature=share), along with other videos from the 'Russelian Science' series.

04-06-2012, 08:19 PM
And here is some further recommended reading material for comprehending Science (as opposed to 'Psyence') :):


04-06-2012, 08:44 PM
Well done video. I posted it to FB, and sent it out today - Good Friday - a day I used to meditate on, attend church (Stations of the Cross) during my Catholic phase, and once, I planted the Florida Live Oak tree in front of my house. Today I am off from work, and began to read a new book Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection by D.M. Murdock. She also wrote The Greatest Story Ever Sold, a title I can appreciate because I have deep regrets about the lifetime I've wasted while living under certain massive historical delusion that were sold to me. Not that religious myths aren't very important to human development, but the childish adherence to mental beliefs and emotional attachments to stories that have little or no basis in history, have retarded my development along spiritual lines. The pathos that can be aroused by the Passion Play, and the guilt that is inculcated in billions of Christian children so that every time they fall short of parental, societal, or religious rules, deep guilt is aroused. How much suffering at the hands of psychopaths has been engendered by early religious training?

My verdict is not yet in on "Russellian Science." Perhaps if I heard more. Of the pictures he posted, some are well-known (like Andromeda Galaxy), but white light at the galactic centers of densely clustered stars do not in the least negate the possibility of Black Holes at the very center. Our own Milky Way may have a supermassive Black Hole at its center which may account for the continued coalescence of galaxies - its centripetal pull against the centrifugal tendency to disperse. I'll listen more closely to Stephen Hawking on this matter, as this guy sounds like he has an ax to grind against authority of all kinds, including mathematical logic.

06-29-2012, 03:41 PM
More comprehensive reading material on 'Universal Laws' that some may find interesting.

Here's a link to the PDF download:

Universal Laws Never Before Revealed - Keely's Secrets to Understanding the Science of Sympathetic Vibration (http://www.scribd.com/doc/31656290/Universal-Laws-Never-Before-Revealed-Keelys-Secrets-to-Understanding-the-Science-of-Sympathetic-Vibration)

(You can also read it online at the provided scribd link (http://www.scribd.com/doc/31656290/Universal-Laws-Never-Before-Revealed-Keelys-Secrets-to-Understanding-the-Science-of-Sympathetic-Vibration) - it's a 'big' file...)