Department of Imagination
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by Heather Brown

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All experimentation and discoveries by Larry Spring
Site content based in part on Magnespheres and the Spring Atom 5th edition and Larry Spring's home recorded 31/3 hr VHS film - "Larry Spring School of Common Sense Physics Course on transfer of energy from sound, to electricity, to light, shows action of the Spring Atom, radiation, reflection, measuring speed of light and size of Magnesphere of TV gained through experiments from 1953 to 1998."

A Special thanks from Larry Spring:

I would like to thank Heather Brown for the long hours she spent bringing my classroom demonstrations and my book Magnespheres and the Spring Atom to life.

I wish to thank a few individuals and authors, who by taking time to write down some of their thoughts and observations left little pieces that fit into and add to the big energy picture I am assembling.

Little things like when Bill Baisley, a former jet pilot living on the island of Kauai, mentioned the knife edge effect of Ham Radio transmission over a sharp ridge.
I recognized this as a macroscopic form of the microscopic diffraction of light.

Peter Demmer, on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, stated that energy does not require a space of its own. Obviously an atom does require a space of its own

Kent Robertson ben Abraham wrote in his little book The New Gravity, that light, being weightless, does not inherit the momentum of its transmission source.
Winston E. Kock stated that electromagnetic energy speeds up in a rectangular wave-guide. This, I recognize, could take place if spherical units of energy were squeezed on their pole ends, thus expanding their equators.

Isaac Asimov printed a chart in his physics book, Understanding Physics, showing the 1/2 life of a neutron to be about 17 minutes. When it separates, it divides into a proton and an electron. That observation gave me a basis for revision of the internal structure of the atom. The atom can now be seen to function with the known basic forces of gravity, electrical fields, magnetic fields, free-flying radiating magnetic fields, Newton's laws of Mass, Motion and Time for it to take place, as well as space for it to happen in.

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