GANN SCIENCE - The Periodic Table & The Law of Vibration - By Eric PenickaWalter Bowman Russell, although he only had a fourth-grade education he was an American polymath known for his achievements as a painter, sculptor, author and builder and less well known as a natural philosopher and for his unified theory in physics and cosmogony. A man may prophesy by a traveling wagon what time it will reach town; but the correctness of his prophecy does not prove that the wagon pushed the horse to town. Also Relativity denies the existence of an Ether, and Einstein's new relativistic ether has no motion according to Einstein, and Oahspe says give ethe motion or 99, ether has definite motion vortex motion. Starkman's conception of ether In Starkman's theory of how ether works, Michael Turner, an astrophysicist at the University of Chicago in Illinois, is intrigued by Starkman's theory, but he hesitates to accept it wholesale due to its troubling implications. For example, the presence of ether would create holes in Einstein's theories of relativity , the widely accepted explanations for how light moves and gravity works read an excerpt and see images from "Einstein and Beyond" in National Geographic magazine.
Cosmic Principles Summarized by Walter Russell
Walter Bowman Russell May 19, May 19,  for his was an American polymath known achievements as a painter, sculptor, author and builder and less well known as a natural philosopher and for his  He posited unied theory in physics and cosmogony. This physical theory, laid out primarily in his books The Secret of Light and The Message of the Divine Iliad , has not been  Russell asserted accepted by mainstream scientists. He believed mediocrity is self-inicted  The content of his public lectures and his writing about and genius is self-bestowed. Born in Boston on May 19, , Russell left formal schooling at the age of nine ten in some accounts in order to help support his family. At age thirteen he became a church  He paid his own way through Massachusetts Normal School of Art. His organist. In Russell married his rst wife Helen Andrews, with whom he had two  daughters.
Walter Russell's Transmutator
Human beings have a seemingly infinite ability to rationalise the status quo. Robert Harrison. The lighter elements are on the outer radius of the table which agrees with density wave theory of spiral galaxies where the density and rotation of matter increases towards the centre. Although the spiral is dominated by the 8 main groups it also clearly highlights the periodicity of the table. The organisation of the elements closely follows H. Hydrogen, which generally cannot be considered as part of any group, has been placed with the Flourine group VII which appears its natural place in the spiral. This is one of the few periodic tables where common names are used.
Linear reading is not necessarily the best approach to understand the material. Feel free to go back and forth between sections, to gain a better overview of each topic. It produces effects but cannot tell the WHY of those effects. She is complex only in her repeative effects. I have not said that Newton's laws were wrong, for they are right as far as they go. They are only half truths , though.
Walter Bowman Russell May 19, — May 19, was an impressionist American painter of the Boston School , sculptor , musician ,and author. His lectures and writing place him firmly in the New Thought Movement. Born in Boston on May 19, , to Nova Scotian immigrants, Russell left school at age 9 and went to work, then put himself through the Massachusetts Normal Art School. In his youth, Russell earned money as a church organist and by leading small orchestras. His compositions, mostly waltzes, were acknowledged by Ignace Paderewski in Boston in or , and on a later occasion by him in New York. Before he left Boston in , Russell married Helen Andrews Russell's rise in New York was immediate; a reporter wrote in , "Mr.