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Dr Vijay Kumar, Former Prof. of Physics
Dr K.V.K. Nehru, Former Prof. of Engineering; Advisor, R&D Cell
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India
AS WE ENTER the 21st century we find the rank and file of the physics profession openly
acknowledging the impending crisis in the High Energy Physics. They are eagerly looking for
promising alternative ideas in theory and experimental techniques. We suggest that the reason
why the physical theory has been becoming more and more complex is that it has to make up for
a wrong basic paradigm on which it has been built.
We inform that the Reciprocal System of physical theory, originated by
Dewey B. Larson, is a true, complete and easily understandable general theory, founded on a
fundamentally new paradigm. The present view is that the phenomena of the physical universe
exist in a framework of space and time. In contrast, the Reciprocal System asserts that scalar
motion or speed, i.e. space/time, is the content of the physical universethe sole content. It
should be realized that this is a conceptual innovation of unprecedented nature throughout
recorded history. No matter what conceptual changes the previous thinkers have introduced into
the physical theory, including the latest efforts, they all have been, without exception, based on
this age-old paradigm of viewing phenomena as existing in space and in time. Therefore it must
be recognized that the Reciprocal System is not just another theory, but one that is based on a
totally new paradigm which no previous thinker could ever divine.
Larson discovers that there are several speed (motion) domains of the
physical universe that cannot legitimately be represented in the conventional three-dimensional
spatial reference frame. In all the cases where theory is encountering serious difficulties, the
trouble arises because of the Procrustean attempts to fit all physical processes into the limited
three-dimensional spatial frame. The Reciprocal System shows that there is a conjugate sector
of the universe, the Cosmic Sector, which can only be represented in the analogous threedimensional temporal reference frame. Most of the mysterious astronomical phenomena that
have no proper explanation in the conventional theory turn out to be the normal Cosmic Sector
phenomena as they appear to us. High-energy Cosmic Rays, Cosmic Microwave Background
and Gamma Ray Bursts are typical examples. Larson identifies that some of the Cosmic Sector
processes have wider implications and are relevant to the Life Sciences.
Then he also finds that there is a large segment of the
physical universe, the Scalar Zone, which cannot legitimately be depicted either in the threedimensional spatial frame or the three-dimensional temporal frame. All the bizarre aspects of the
quantum phenomena follow logically from the discrete nature of space and time. Further, the
Reciprocal System offers a rational and understandable picture of the Reality underlying the
quantum phenomena, which the Quantum Theory fails to provide.
Larson has covered a large ground in his worktruly immense for a
single individual to have donefrom the atomic to the astronomical, and developed theory far
enough to establish that it is truly general. It is time that a concerted international effort is
directed to evaluate the truth and merit of the Reciprocal System by open-minded members of
the scientific community. Sooner or later, the mounting pressure of the crisis in the High Energy
Physics is itself going to bring this to happen. But if an Institution or Foundation dedicated to
mankinds betterment through science and technology can sponsor such a project to evaluate the
Reciprocal System, it would save enormous amount of funds and human resources from further
getting squandered on unfruitful scientific enterprises based on the wrong basic paradigm.






Unification of the Fundamental Forces (Motions) of the Physical

Explanation of the origin and peculiar characteristics of Electricity,
Magnetism and Gravitation
Explanation of the propagation of Radiation without any medium
Explanation of how the parts of Atoms hold together
Elucidation of the nature of the Physical States of Matter
Theoretical computation of the Physical and Chemical Property
Values of Solids and Liquids
Discovery of the Time Region and the rational resolution of the
Quantum paradoxes like the
WaveParticle Duality,
Negative Energy States,
Tunneling, etc.
Logical explanation of the Galactic Recession
Explanation of the origin and characteristics of
White DwarfRed Giant Combinations,
Planetary Systems,
Globular Clusters,
Quasars, etc.
Discovery of the Conjugate Sector of the Physical Universe and
explanation of origin and characteristics of
Cosmic Rays,
Cosmic Background Radiation,
Living Cells/Organisms, etc.
Explanation of the large-scale structure and organization of the
Physical Universe as
As well as cyclic.


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Nothing but Motion
By Dewey B. Larson
Covers the basic postulates of the Reciprocal System,
reference systems, radiation, gravitation, superluminal speeds, atoms, particles, the
origin of physical constants, cosmic ray decay, simple and complex chemical compounds,
and the groundwork for future research.
(292 pages)
$ 18.00
Basic Properties of Matter
By Dewey B. Larson
Analysis of solid cohesion, inter-atomic distances,
compressibility, heat, electric currents, electrical resistance, electric and magnetic
charges and ionization, magnetostatics, isotopes, radioactivity, atom building, mass and
energy in the light of the reciprocal relation.
(300 pages)
$ 35.00
Universe of Motion
By Dewey B. Larson
Reciprocal System applied to astronomy, describing the
origin and evolution of stars, globular clusters and galaxies. Describes the origin and
structure of quasars, pulsars and neutron stars, while throwing a new understanding on
black holes and other gravity-intense phenomena.
(456 pages)
$ 28.00
Beyond Space and Time
By Dewey B. Larson
A comprehensive overview of science and its relation to the
major philosophies and religions of the world. Larson delves into the metaphysical
ramifications of the universe as derived from the Reciprocal System, including the origin
and eventual destiny of life, ethics and the paranormal.
(308 pages)
$ 30.00
The Neglected Facts of Science
By Dewey B. Larson
Deals entirely with observable facts, the necessary
consequences of those facts (without introducing any theoretical ideas or concepts), and
is essentially a report of a series of experimental discoveries in the light of the Reciprocal
System of Theory.
(131 pages)
$ 12.00
Beyond Newton
By Dewey B. Larson
The volume clarifies the general gravitational law, and also
furnishes an explanation for the characteristics of gravitation, including the two items
which Newton made no attempt to determine: the origin of the gravitational force, and
the mechanism whereby this force is exerted.
(160 pages)
$ 15.00
The Case against the Nuclear Atom
By Dewey B. Larson
An examination of the accepted structure of the atom, the
problems and advances it represents, and a complete re-evaluation of the theory based
on the natural conclusions from the Reciprocal System of Theory.
(139 pages)
$ 10.00
New Light on Space and Time
By Dewey B. Larson
Larsons overview of the structure of the physical universe,
as a concise, unified picture of the development of the Reciprocal System. Starts with a
summary of where we stand, conceptually and mathematically, then lays the foundation
and develops the theory.
(264 pages)
$ 18.00
Collected Writings of K.V.K. Nehru on the Reciprocal System
By K.V.K. Nehru
A collection of articles, both published and unpublished,
covering three decades of research into the Reciprocal System by Dr KVK Nehru. Includes
physics, astronomy, and metaphysics as well as private Q&A correspondence with Dewey
Larson and others.
(340 pages)
$ 40.00

The Unmysterious Universe

By Ronald W. Satz
A brief summary of the Reciprocal System as a New Unified
General Theory of physics. Covers the Michelson-Morley Experiment, the nature of time,
gravitational theory, electric current, bonding and nuclear interactions, and astronomical
(80 pages)
$ 9.00