Monday, October 14, 2013


This is yet another TED talk, like 
those of Rupert Sheldrake and Graham
Hancock, which have ben taken down
from their site, after they were deemed 
too controversial).

Here, Randy Powell claims that a 9 
digit pattern called Vortex Based 
Mathematics (VBM), interconnects all 
of science, all of technology and all 
of nature - around a donut.

Randy Powell is a student of 
mathematician, Marko Rodin who 
claims to have discovered the source 
of the non-decaying spin of the electron. 
Although scientists know that all 
electrons in the universe spin, they have 
never discovered the source of this spin. 
Rodin says he has. 
Rodin claims to have discovered the 
underpinning geometry of the universe, 
the fabric of time itself, by reducing all 
higher mathematics; calculus, geometry, 
scalar math - to discrete-number 
mathematics. His unique mathematical 
perspective has had him hailed him as the 
official discoverer of the 9-digit pattern 
that is the foundation for what is known 
as Vortex Based Mathematics.

Randy Powell was a student of Marko's 
work, who took the fundamental sequence 
and by implementing the formula into a 3D 
model, the shape of a donut revealed itself. 
Randy learned very soon that the shape of 
the donut was the universal geometric design 
for maximum efficiency in energy 
transformation, occurring ecologically as a 
method by which the universe reprocesses 

VBM gave Randy additional insight into 
explaining how everything in the Universe, 
from the elements of the periodic table, to 
why every pattern in nature- from the spiral 
in our galaxy, to our own DNA, are all 
toroidal-based (donut-shaped).
Video (about 10 mins):

- Alexandra
P.S. Randy Powell and his work will be the subject 
of an upcoming film by Amardeep Kaleka ('Sirius') and
Jose Escamilla ('The Battle of Los Angeles'), and others.
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