Larry Spring Discoveries
When in 1985, I extended the QUANTUM THEORY far beyond the way it is being taught today, when in 1989, I recognized the need for change from the ATOM MODEL with orbiting electrons, to the SPRING ATOM with electrons moving hack and forth, the NEUTRON being an electron and proton pair, and when in 1995, I determined the inversion of the radiated magnetic field during reflection from an opposing repulsion magnetic field produced by an induced electrical current on a surface, or a resonant length metalic rod, many TRUTHS were revealed, and many THEORIES of the past were discarded.

The discoveries, observations, verifications, statements accepted as fact and those statements I believe to be true are contained in the following list. These items are differentiated at the end of the statement using this key:
          (D) = Discovered by Larry Spring
          (O) = Observed by Larry Spring
          (V) = Verified by Larry Spring
          (A) = Statement accepted as fact
          (B) = Statement believed to be true

Names behind the statement credit people for my original source of information. The date at end of statement is the approximate date I arrived at, and documented the observation independently. Other scientists may have documented some of these observations before me. If so,I would like to give them the credit.

Discoveries, Observations, and Verifications
by Larry Spring (1954-1997)

  1. Verification of the Quantum Theory (V) - 1985

  2. Discovery of Spherical Shape of a Quantum, now called a Magnesphere (D) - 1985

  3. Size of a Magnesphere of 1/2 Wavelength (D) - 1985

  4. Magnetic Structure of a Magnesphere (D) - 1985

  5. No Electrical Field traveling with the Magnesphere (D) - 1985

  6. Alternating Polarity Magnespheres produced by alternating current (D) - 1985

  7. Magnesphere Compressed while passing through a denser medium (D) - 1985

  8. Radiation of Magnesphere by Opposing magnetic field formed inside previous field (D) - 1985

  9. Reflection from opposing magnetic field produced on surface by induced electrical current (D) - 1995

  10. Verification of LENZ'S LAW (V) - 1985 & 1995

  11. Inversion of Magnesphere at a reflecting surface (D) - 1995

  12. Addition of opposing reflection magnetic field to reflected Magnesphere when determining synchronization distance from a surface (D) - 1995

  13. Electrically connected surface as large as the impinging Magnesphere is necessary for efficient reflection (D) - 1985
    This also explains SELECTIVE REFLECTION (D) - 1995

  14. Transparency through openings in wire netting is proportional to the opening diameter relative to the diameter of the magnesphere (D) - 1985

  15. Transparency around electrically disconnected surfaces is proportional to the size of the surface relative to the size of the magnesphere (D) - 1985.

  16. ENERGY IS NEITHER WAVE NOR PARTICLE. Energy employs particles which when in motion cause waves. Moving ENERGY is a FIELD OF INFLUENCE. - 1987

  17. Energy is massless and therefore weightless (O) - 1985.
  18. Sound Energy transfers by bumping molecule on molecule (O)

  19. Light bends around the sun by Refraction, not gravitational attraction. Light is weightless. A laser beam is bent through a gas flame. (D) - 1987.

  20. Light can't reflect from a neutron star in a Black Hole. No electrical current can be produced, therefore no repulsion magnetic field (D) - 1995

  21. A neutron star in a black hole could be seen as a shadow in front of a star. - 1995

  22. HEAT IS ELECTRON ACTIVITY, not molecular motion. (D) - 1987

  23. Electrons do not spin for energy. They are driven back and forth by passing magnetic fields. (D) - 1987

  24. The atom model,with electrons orbiting the nucleus,must be replaced. There is no force available to sustain orbiting electrons. (D) - 1989

  25. The Periodic Table of numbers of protons, electrons and neutrons appears correct. (O) - 1989

  26. In the Larry Spring model of the atom, electrons are driven back and forth by passing magnetic fields like electrons in an antenna. (D) - 1989

  27. There is no limit to expansion of the SPRING ATOM. (D) - 1989

  28. Heavy nucleus arranged in SPRING ATOM by GRAVITY and Centrifugal Force.

  29. Nucleus of expanded SPRING ATOM loses some control of electrons in the Ionosphere causing Ions. (O) - 1989

  30. Heavy nucleus attraction toward Earth by gravity tells plants which way is up. (O) 1989
  31. Plants arrange molecules by electrical current (B) - 1990

  32. Leaves are solar cells and evaporators/concentrators. (B)

  33. Green plants are electrical conductors. Dry plants are insulators.

  34. Plants attract and lift liquid by Gravity. Less dense is attracted to the more dense. (B) 1987

  35. Rain drops are formed in the atmosphere by Gravity, which is the attraction of water molecules to a denser particle.

  36. Gravity is accumulative, and is a strong force near a large mass.

  37. The largest rain drop close at hand is Earth itself.

  38. A neutron is the most basic element. It is a neutral particle composed of one proton and one attached electron. (D) 1989

  39. The half life of a neutron is about 17 minutes. When it is separated it is a proton and an electron, which is a hydrogen atom. by Isaac Asimov.

  40. The very light electron part of the neutron in the nucleus sticks outward repelling the rest of the electrons. (D) 1989

  41. The very heavy positively charged protons in the nucleus want to fly apart, but are held together by Gravity, and their positive charge is neutralized by an equal number of negative electrons. The atom is neutral.

  42. The atom retains its nearly empty size by electron repulsion to electron inside the atom.

  43. The positive charge on the proton equals the negative charged electron.

  44. Atom expands with added electron back and forth activity driven by heat. Heat is radiated magnetic energy. White light is white hot. (D) - 1989

  45. One proton and one heat activated electron is a hydrogen atom. (O) - 1989

  46. Four protons and four electrons (two pairs are locked together as neutrons2 make the helium atom. (B) 1989

  47. An atom is mass, which requires a space of its own. (by Peter Demmer)

  48. Radiated energy can pass through mass and activate electrons.

  49. Interior of an atom can be arranged by electrical current giving rise to MAGNETISM. (D) - 1989

  50. Alternating electrical current in a coil makes an alternating electromagnet. (D) - 1984

  51. Interior line up of nucleus and electrons inside the atom determines north pole and south pole. (D) - 1995

  52. EVERY ATOM is a MAGNET normally in random orientation. (D) - 1995

  53. Random magnetism can not be detected with a compass. (D) - 1990

  54. Every element will retain permanent magnetism below the Curie temperature. From Encyclopaedia Britannica.

  55. Friction is resistance to an electrical conductor's movement across the lines of force of a magnetic field. An electrical current is driven that forms a magnetic field that opposes the field that caused it. (D) - 1995

  56. Every atom being a magnet, at the atomic level every atom displays friction by resisting even the tiniest movement of one surface pressed tightly against another. (D) - 1995

  57. Friction resistance when cutting across magnetic lines of force drives electrons causing an electrical current to flow.

  58. The Space Shuttle's long wire, used to create electrical current, broke due to friction while cutting across Earth's magnetic lines of force.

  59. Random magnetic orientation in surface atoms gives normal friction.

  60. Attraction mode magnets give maximum friction.

  61. Repulsion mode magnets give minimum friction.

  62. Magnesphere compresses while passing through a denser medium, which gives the appearance of traveling slower.(D) - 1985

  63. Magnesphere regains speed by expansion when departing the denser medium. Compression and expansion give rise to total internal reflection.

  64. Expanding magnetic field around an electric current carrying conductor at 186,000 miles per second from the conductor outward is the most rapid expansion or explosion. (V) - 1954.

  65. Atomic fission,expelling a proton or electron from a nucleus at 20 thousand miles per second,could be next.

  66. Heat expansion of surrounding atoms while hydrogen and oxygen combine is very rapid. It is about 3 times the speed of sound.

  67. I verified the speed of light in 1954 using television transmission. I measured one wavelength and multiplied it by the frequency. (D) - 1954

  68. I verified the speed of electrical current in television lead line at from 66% to 95Z the speed of light. 66% for coax cable. 75% for ribbon lead. 90% for ladder lead line. (V) - 1954

  69. I determined retardation of current in TV lead was due to insulation around the lead wire. (D) - 1992

  70. An internal reflecting laser beam in water can be pulled out where it touches the surface by using a glass prism. (D) - 1994

  71. Momentum of mass is accumulative.

  72. Electron repulsion to electron is accumulative. The more electrons driven into a given space, the more electrical pressure,which is voltage.

  73. Resonant vibration is accumulative.

  74. An electrical current produces a circular magnetic field around a wire. (V) - 1986.
    This is Hans Christian Oersted's right hand rule (1820).

  75. A moving magnetic field drives an electrical current in every conductor that cuts across the magnetic field's lines of force.

  76. Reflection redirects magnespheres (the radiated magnetic fields).

  77. Radiation is absorbed into a conductor by induction, and reradiates in a global pattern. The densest reradiation is perpendicular to the electrical conductor.

  78. Magnets in attraction mode add, electrons and protons cancel.

  79. Protons and electrons pull together and cancel, or neutralize each other's electrical charge. In the absence of heat they become neutrons.

  80. Gravity is a one way force of attraction of atom to atom, or really proton to proton, so adds and is accumulative.

  81. Radiated magnetic energy fields, such as magnespheres, photons and gamma rays, travel in a straight line FOREVER through vacuum space, without resistance, until they are redirected by an opposing magnetic field they created on a surface by driving an electric current on said surface, or are used up (converted to an electric current) by driving electrons in a conductor that cuts across their lines of force. Resistance to cutting across magnetic lines of force is friction.

In the above I have listed 35 of my DISCOVERIES [followed by a (D) and date] which I came upon independently through experimentation or logic between 1954 and 1997. I would like to get credit for these discoveries, if in fact I am the first to recognize and document them, or give proper credit to the person who first documented any one of them, and consider my independent analysis as a verification of their work.

If you have knowledge of copyrighted or otherwise documented printed and undisputably dated material showing the same information as printed in my books... send me a copy print out for comparison, and state where this printed and dated material can be located, I will give that person credit for prior discovery in my future writings.

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