The New Thermodynamics

First Law: Cold generates energy. Heat radiates energy. Cold multiplies. In cannot be divided. Heat divides. It cannot be multiplied.

Second Law: Every reaction must be preceded by its equal action. Heat is the reaction of cold. Heat could not come into existence save for the compressive action of cold. (The law of entropy, therefore, has no place in nature.)

Third Law: Cold and heat express their opposition at angles of 90° from each other. Cold extends along axis and the axis of all bodies of creating matter where rotation is minimum, while heat expansion is maximum at equatorial planes where speed of motion is maximum.

Fourth Law: Cold compresses. Compression multiplies cold into heat. Heat expands. Expansion divides heat into cold. Cold and heat, like life and death, constitute a wave cycle. In all nature there is no effect which is not wave created, and all waves are cyclic.

(Again, I repeat, that the law of entropy, and the belief that energy does not run “up-hill”, have no place in nature.)

Fifth Law: When motion begins heat begins. This entire wave universe is a varied measure of heat and motion. Long low waves of low heat potential constitute the invisible light spectrum, while short high waves of high heat potential and low frequencies constitute the visible spectrum.

Sixth Law: The emergence of heating matter in motion from the static cold of space begins at the indigo-blue and blue-violet end of the spectrum and builds up to the white centered yellow, through red and green, until the maximum heat equatorial plane is reactive at an angle of 90° from the static axis of cold.

Note: The import of the spectrum has been very much neglected in man’s cosmogony of a universe which consists of only one thing – LIGHT.

Walter Russell
Russell Optic Dynamo-Generator

5 thoughts on “The New Thermodynamics”

  1. Dear Walter Russell,

    Your article on The New Thermodynamics is fascinating, yet difficult to read and comprehend. It would benefit readers if each individual law would have a either a larger paragraph to elaborate on each statement you make, or an entire article on each law, to break it down and explain. The ideas are interesting, but in such a short sentence or paragraph it is not supported enough or lends support to the reader. Personally, I had to reread sentences to picture to myself what you are trying to impart. You don’t want readers to “assume” what you mean. If these ideas are important enough, they should be examined and discussed extensively. Personally, I would take my time to read a longer version.

    With love,
    Joel

    1. Hello Joel,

      Thank you for taking the time to comment. Walter Russell passed away in 1963, but he left us with many fascinating insights into the nature of reality. You will find on this site a large collection of his works if you enter ‘Walter Russell’ into the search box. We are well versed in his work, and his writings, so if there is anything specific that we might help with, feel free to ask!

      Thanks for reading.

      1. Hey Theodore Byrd,

        Thank you for the swift response and update on Walter Russell. I am wondering if you have material on your site here that elaborates on his thermodynamic perspectives. A reference that goes into the core of his ideas.

        1. Yes, there is considerable reference to his thermodynamic principles and other insights in many of his books. Again, search the site for a collection of his books in which you will find elaborate explanations of his work. I’ve also modified this post to include the paper from which this content was excerpted, linked to at the bottom of the post. We also have additional information regarding his Optic Dynamo Generator, but haven’t yet posted it, perhaps in the coming days if we can find the time we’ll put more of it up.

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