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# JRRS’ Law Of The Squares – Lesson 1

Coherent Elements

Revelation 21:16  The city lies foursquare, with its width the same as its length. And he measured the city with the rod, and all its dimensions were equal—12,000 stadia in length and width and height.

The Elements

2 Peter 3:10-13  But the day of the Lord will come like a thief. The heavens will disappear with a roar, the elements will be dissolved in the fire, and the earth and its works will not be found.  11 Since everything will be destroyed in this way, what kind of people ought you to be? You ought to conduct yourselves in holiness and godliness 12

# ArcticstarDesign Posts

SIR JOHN ROY ROBERT SEARL

#KNIGHTOFTHEPOWEROFTHEAIR

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SEARL

LAW OF THE SQUARES

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SEARL EFFECT TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION (SETI)

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – LESSON 1

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – EXERCISE 1

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – LESSON 2

# UNDERSTANDING THE PROOF

(WORK IN PROGRESS . . .)

Squares 3  to 20

Table 1

# Differences between square values

• The differences between the square values represented in this table, naturally divide in half along a Neutral diagonal line, separating a mirror image of Positive and Negative square values.

Note: The values for the squares that are shown highlight in red, (17×3, 17×5 and 17×13), were intentionally labeled incorrectly by Professor Searl in his original table 2, as a check for us.

Table 2

#### “Take any block of 4 squares and check, the diagonals will be equal as it is at rest.”

First operational block (“square”) which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 7+9=16 and 16+ 0 = 16.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

“The Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,

• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (16+9) = 25.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (7+0) = 7.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (25-7) = 18.

Looking at the next possible block (“square”), to its left is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 16+20=36 and 27+ 9 = 36.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (27+20) = 47.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (16+9) = 25.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (47-25) = 22.

• The difference between these 2 blocks (22-18) = 4

Looking at the bottom right last block n Table 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 37+39=76 and 76+ 0 = 76.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (76+39) = 115.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (37+0) = 37.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (115-37) = 78.

Looking at the block above it, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 72+76=148 and 111+ 37 = 148.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (111+76) = 187.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (72+37) = 109.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (187-109) = 78.

Looking at another block, for instance :

Looking at the diagonals, we have 175+189=364 and 208+ 156 = 364.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (208+189) = 397.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (175+156) = 331.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (397-331) = 66.

Looking at the top right hand corner block n Table 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 352+384=736 and 391+ 345 = 736.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (391+384) = 775.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (352+345) = 697.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (775-697) = 78.

Looking at the block adjacent below, top right hand corner block inTable 2, which is:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 345+375=720 and 384+ 336 = 720.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (384+375) = 759.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (345+336) = 681.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (759-681) = 78.

Looking at another block further below the top right hand corner block in Table 2

Looking at the diagonals, we have 261+279=540 and 300+ 240 = 540.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (300+279) = 579.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (261+240) = 579.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (579-501) = 78.
• “Therefore the difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value), of every block down the right hand side of Table 2, equals 78.”
• “It is clear that it is a Law of Nature and all the blocks in this column will have a difference of 78.”

Looking at blocks in the vertical column of blocks adjacent to the left, of the end column of blocks in Table 2,, for instance:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 315+345=660 and 352+ 308 = 660.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (352+345) = 697.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (315+308) = 623.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (697-623) = 74.

Looking at another block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent, and to the left, of the right  end column of blocks in Table 2, for instance:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 243+261=504 and 280+ 224 = 504.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.

Looking at the Vertical values, we have:

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (280+261) = 541.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (243+224) = 467.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (541-243) = 74.

Looking at another block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent to the left, of the right  end column of blocks in Table 2:

Looking at the diagonals, we have 35+37=72 and 72+ 0 =72.

• “The diagonals are equal as it is at rest.”

• “Again, the Greatest Value in the Vertical plane  is on the right”,
• So, the Positive state is on the Right which is (72+37) = 109.
• The Negative side is on the Left which is (35+0) = 35.
• The difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value) is (79-35) = 74.
• “Therefore the difference between the Positive Right side (Greater Value) and the Negative Left side (Lesser Value), of every block in the vertical column of blocks adjacent, and to the left, of the end column of blocks in Table, 2 equals 74.”
• “It is clear that it is a Law of Nature and all the blocks in this column will have a difference of 74.”

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# ArcticstarDesign Posts

SIR JOHN ROY ROBERT SEARL

#KNIGHTOFTHEPOWEROFTHEAIR

ATMOELECTRIC CONVERTER

INVERSE GRAVITY VEHICLE

SEARL

LAW OF THE SQUARES

#HEYDAYCLOCK

U.F.O.

SEARL EFFECT TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION (SETI)

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – LESSON 1

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – EXERCISE 1

JRRS’ LAW OF THE SQUARES – LESSON 2

2 Thessalonians 2:8-14

And then the lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord Jesus will slay with the breath of His mouth and annihilate by the majesty of His arrival.

and with every wicked deception directed against those who are perishing, because they refused the love of the truth that would have saved them. 11 For this reason, God will send them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie, 12 in order that judgment will come upon all who have disbelieved the truth and delighted in wickedness.

13 But we should always thank God for you, brothers who are loved by the Lord, because God has chosen you from the beginning to be saved by the sanctification of the Spirit and by faith in the truth. 14

# MawrthDinas

MARScity

for 1,000,000 Extra-Terrestrials (ETs) !

#DEW #LunchOnMars

# #MARScity

Sir John Roy Robert Searl – dream 1

Sir John Roy Robert Searl – dream 2

Job 33:14-18  Indeed God speaks once, Or twice, yet no one notices it.  15 In a dream, a vision of the night, When sound sleep falls on men, While they slumber in their beds,  16 Then He opens the ears of men, And seals their instruction,  17 That He may turn man aside from his conduct, And keep man from pride;  18 He keeps back his soul from the pit, And his life from passing over into Sheol.

# #MawrthCrystal

Mawrth Crystal planetary monument public art sculpture is a memorial celebration of humanity’s monumental achievement, and quantum leap forward in evolution, transplanting a germ of human life onto another planetary body, to become an extraterrestrial species.

M.A.R.S. System

# Rahe Crater Site Study

Ceraunius Tholus

MARSbase Lavapolis – State Flag

# Rahe Crater(yard)

Onacana, I’m Happy!!

Nehemiah 8:10  Then he said to them, “Go, eat of the fat, drink of the sweet, and send portions to him who has nothing prepared; for this day is holy to our Lord. Do not be grieved, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.”

Planetary Map

Regional Map

Area Map

Greater Lavapolis

Site Map

ESA Mars Expess

Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC)

The DTM can instantly tell researchers the slope of hillsides or the height of cliffs, the altitude and slope of lava flows or desert plains. “This data is essential for understanding how water or lava flowed across Mars,” says Neukum.

The Mars Express-HRSC DTMs are available to the science community at large through the archives at the Planetary Science Archive (http://www.rssd.esa.int/PSA) at ESA and the Planetary Data System (http://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/mars_express/hrsc.htm) at NASA. A joint website of FU Berlin and DLR provides the capability to the general public to visualise the data online (http://hrscview.fu-berlin.de).

Mars Express Data

http://m.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2011/03/Ceraunius_Tholus_and_Uranius_Tholus_in_3D

https://archives.esac.esa.int/psa/#!Table%20View/HRSC=instrument

http://www.planet.geo.fu-berlin.de/eng/projects/mars/hrsc501-Uranius&CerauniusTholi.php

#### Thermal Emission Imaging System

http://themis.asu.edu/zoom-20140306a

#### Mars Image Explorer

http://viewer.mars.asu.edu/planetview/inst/themis/V53646014#P=V53646014&T=2

## Department of Earth Sciences / Institute of Geological Sciences

http://hrscview.fu-berlin.de

http://hrscview.fu-berlin.de/cgi-bin/ion-p?page=entry2.ion

http://hrscview.fu-berlin.de/cgi-bin/ion-p?ION__E1=UPDATE%3Aion%3A%2F%2Fhrscview2.ion&ION__E2=control%3Aion%3A%2F%2Fhrscview2.ion&ie=UTF-8&q=&image=&image1=0+images&pos=28.630N%2C+207.836E&scale=4000&viewport=800×800&basemap_on=on&basemap=archivedtm&labels_on=on&mode=mars&pansharpen=on&pview=North&exag=1&control.x=219&control.y=18&image0=&code=41874938

USGS

# Astrogeology Science Center

https://astrogeology.usgs.gov/search/map/Mars/GlobalSurveyor/MOLA/Mars_MGS_MOLA_DEM_mosaic_global_463m

HIRISE WISH

IR Day

IR Night

IR Day and Night

# HIRISE DTM

http://ode.rsl.wustl.edu/mars/pagehelp/quickstartguide/index.html?hirise_dtm.htm

http://ode.rsl.wustl.edu/mars/indexproductsearch.aspx

# No problem

My pleasure

GAO Review of CASIS Projects

Dear David Ways;

Thank you for recent interest in working with CASIS and the ISS National Laboratory. The CASIS team is truly excited about the growing community of researchers who recognize the ISS National Laboratory as an innovative platform to further their research efforts. We wanted to inform you of a timely matter where your response is requested.

As a non-profit entity that receives resources from the Federal Government, CASIS is in the process of working with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in support of a review of the research aboard the ISS National Laboratory and our cooperative agreement with NASA. The GAO has requested information pertaining to contact information on certain proposals received to assist with their understanding of our mission and processes.

Your project entitled “Test Galileo’s hypothesis and develop remote sensing transmission equipment” was selected and the GAO will be making contact with you. Your participation in this survey/interview is important in order to ensure that the results of the GAO review are useful and accurate. As the confidentiality of the research community is of utmost importance to CASIS, the GAO has assured CASIS that your name/company name will be kept confidential and will not be released outside of the GAO, unless compelled by law or requested by the Congress.

CASIS is appreciative of any effort that you may expend in support of this activity, as the accuracy and context of your feedback will be important to the continued efforts of the ISS National Laboratory. If you have any questions regarding this topic, please contact the undersigned

Sincerely,

Manager, Contracts and Compliance

# Uuh… Houston?!

Response

April 30, 2014

Dear Mr. Ways:

The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Inc. (CASIS) would like to thank you for the

Step-1 proposal entitled “ISS Falling Bodies Gravity Test (IFBGT)” submitted in response to CASIS RFP 2014-2, “Enabling Technology To Support Science in Space For Life On Earth“.

The proposal has undergone preliminary operational, scientific, and economic evaluation. While CASIS found the proposed experiment to be interesting, unfortunately, based on the preliminary review, CASIS found the proposed project was not responsive to the RFP as it did not demonstrate an Earth benefit for ISS National Laboratory research; therefore, is unable to invite you to submit a full Step-2 Proposal at this time.

CASIS would like to once again thank you for submitting the proposal and invites applicants to resubmit at a later date once the areas defined above have been addressed.

CASIS wishes you continued success in your research.

Sincerely yours,

CASIS

# i’ m s o r r y d a v e . . .

Response

April 16, 2014

Dear Mr. Ways:

The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Inc. (CASIS) would like to thank you for the proposal entitled “ISS Falling Bodies Gravity Test (IFBGT)” submitted in response to CASIS RFP 2013-3, “Remote Sensing from the International Space Station”.

The proposal has undergone operational review for technical feasibility and readiness for flight, and based on that review, the proposal will not undergo full review or be considered for award at this time. While CASIS found the proposed experiment to be interesting, unfortunately, the proposal did not pass the CASIS operations review for the following reasons:

1. • CASIS was not able to complete a comprehensive assessment of the proposed study as the submission did not include a detailed budget or project timeline.

2.  • The reviewers felt it would not be feasible to base the proposed experiments success on the ability to sync three very different facilities for simultaneous on-orbit operations (WORF, ISERV and cubesat deployer).

CASIS would like to once again thank you for submitting the proposal and invites applicants to resubmit at a later date through the CASIS unsolicited proposal submission process once the areas defined above have been addressed.

CASIS wishes you continued success in your research.

Sincerely yours,

CASIS