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Revisions in Atomic Suicide
09-30-2014, 12:34 PM
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Revisions in Atomic Suicide
Apparently there are some revisions in Atomic Suicide made after The Universal One. This can cause some confusion as to what is the currently held belief. Hopefully some of the more knowledgeable of us can set us straight on these revisions.

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10-09-2014, 12:26 PM (This post was last modified: 10-09-2014 01:04 PM by Matt Presti.)
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RE: Revisions in Atomic Suicide
This image (photoshop by Ramu Shages) is a reminder that the final distillation of the science can be found in "Atomic Suicide?" as Dr. Russell did not wish to reprint the UO. Lao did so after his refolding for historical reasons and to leave it to posterity.

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Some of the changes between the Universal One and Atomic Suicide include but are not limited to "Gravity" and "magnetism" as "stillness" not forces, electricity being only positive (no longer called negative electricity), as well as other changes.

Attached is a paper called "Learning Russellian Science Correctly." It was written to help people approach the science in a way that will expedite the learning curve. Of course, the science may develop beyond the work Walter and Lao did. However, there are some basic tenants that must be grasped and adhered to in order to move it forward correctly if you will. Enjoy. Matt


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02-18-2017, 10:27 AM (This post was last modified: 04-21-2019 01:35 AM by purelyconstructive.)
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02-18-2017, 01:28 PM
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This is a really great exposition purelyconstructive!
Can't wait to read more.

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02-19-2017, 04:44 PM (This post was last modified: 04-21-2019 01:35 AM by purelyconstructive.)
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02-20-2017, 07:26 PM
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I've been thinking of putting together a comprehensive discourse on the changes in Doctor's Cosmogony through time, just as you've done, for a while now. Comparing his later writings with Lao against his early works is very enlightening. It lets you see how the concepts are clarified through multiple revisions, which may seem contradictory at first.

There are reasons why I believe he abandoned some avenues of explanation, such as the 18 dimensions in the UO for example.
Also of extreme importance is the revision of 'inward pull from within' with 'compression from the outside inward.'
In UO electricity is attraction and magnetism is repulsion, this was revised later on as well. In NCU he states electricity is the only force of division of one into two, but then in AS? and in archives he says its GRAVITY is the only force. Around the late 50s to early 60s the focus was on optics
as terms like "Fusion" and "Fission" were used along with focus on lenses and gravity controlled curvature. He was trying to convey that we must think in terms of optics rather than electromagnetics. But for years he used those terms lest he not be understood.

I'm glad you touched on the 9 octave vs. the 10. That's a topic Hannah von Houcke has worked on to show why the 9 octave version is superior.

I'm hopeful Dr. Russell's lectures from the 50's will fill in any gaps of the science left from being able to only touch on certain topics in the books that are published and circulating.

Keep it up purelyconstructive!

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