# JRRS’ Law Of The Squares – Lesson 1

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# 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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