T.J.J. See

Ever-growing (=unfinished) list of New York Times articles featuring Walter Russell

If you are interested in perceiving the type of splash that Walter Russell made when he started writing to The New York Times, here are a few articles that might get you started.
NEw York Times, April 18, 1930
Page 23, 1162 Words
LEWIS THEORY HOLDS TIME FLOWS 2 WAYS; Chemist Asserts That Past and Future Are Interchangeable in Physical Sciences. CHALLENGES EINSTEIN IDEA Bars Concept of "One-Way Causality--Medals of Science SocietyGo to Him and Dr. Cattell. Comments on Relativity. "Purpose" Idea Deeply Rooted.

Dr. T.J.J. See

From Kelly's book
T.J.J. See Gravitational Theory 1930's
The scientific work of T.J.J. See of the 1930's has been largely unknown and/or ignored by the scientific community for all the years since its first introduction.

It has been said that See had the unfortunate tendency "to come on too strongly" with his theories which was usually interpreted by his astronomer colleagues as being "arrogant egotism" rather than "studied conviction" which it apparently was.

See published a series of seven manuals (a total of about 4000 pages) on his extensive R & D into the understanding of the gravitational riddle. See's technical work, and in particular his wave theory of gravitation was quite competent and is now generally viewed by many as providing a sound basis toward an eventually accepted unified field theory.

The basis for See's wave theory is that Pi () is an infinite oscillating series leading to an expanded theory of curvilinear motion. The oscillationg series correspond to dynamic impulses, ie: physical waves in the ether, as postulated by Huyghens and Newton for the curvilinear motions of the stars observed in the immensity of space.

According to See, gravitational, magnetic and electrostatic fields are presented as longitudinal/compression waves in the ether, of widely divergent wave lengths. These various wave forms are of proportionate magnitude to the distances over which they operate.

See's anti-gravity theory explains how a rotating body effects gravity, as was vividly demonstrated by John Searl, and Otis Carr in their anti-gravity experiments. According to this theory, when a symmetrical metallic body is rotated at a critical speed, the surrounding ether is set in motion which produces an ether vacuum, which prevents the transmission of gravitational forces to the rotating body.

The well-known psychic, Edgar Cayce identified T. J. J. See "as a scientist with a sound theory to the solution to the riddle of gravitation".

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