Richard’s Item:

1- Planets traveling in a Spiral


Randy Powell’s Items:


1- 10 min Ted Talk:












5- Torus Skin   Click to Enlarge



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10- Global BEM Conference   GlobalBEM









Randy Powell

Randy Powell is the Senior Researcher and Quality Control Engineer for the Vortex Based Mathematics Project.  His work in this field has led to the first accurate two,  three, and four/omni dimensional models of the Rodin Torus.  All of these had led to major developments in the approach to realizing these mathematics in real technologies.

7 Comments so far:

  1. Thomas says:

    I need to get hold of randy, if anyone can provide an email address that would be great.

  2. Rick M. says:

    OMG! What a truly fantastic interview. This is one of the very finest -ever. Please bring Randy back soon. I have to listen to it again and (wow) am I glad that I’m a member of Club 19.5.

  3. RodGuest says:

    A suggestion for Randy to get the word out: Go on a high school speaking tour. Kids represent the future. If they are not aware of REAL science, they won’t demand it at university.

  4. David Hodges says:

    This is one of the top 3 best interviews / discussions I have ever heard, anywhere. I’ve been keenly aware of the vortexation of existence for most of my life, and to hear the science illuminating this is FASCINATING!!

  5. RodGuest says:

    I believe Randy has consulted with Michael Tellinger. Michael has found hundreds of torus-shaped stones around ancient ruins in Africa. Does Randy have any speculation on what these ancient, energy tools were used for?

  6. JC Kingsley says:

    Questions for Randy:
    1. What are the three most promising (within the most reasonable parameters for budget and usages) applications of the VBM coil tech in your opinion?

    2. Are there any businesses that have shown interest in developing the VBM tech currently?

    3. In another talk, you had stated that you weren’t much on the idea of multiple dimensions or string theory. Can you explain a little bit about why that might be from a mathematical perspective?

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