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Originally posted by Mary Rose
reply to post by 23432
You're welcome.
I learned about it on another forum. My understanding is that the principle behind biogeometry is that geometric shapes or constructs give off energy and are in resonance and harmonics with other shapes in other dimensions.
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
i've also heard "Biophysics" by John Martineau, author of Quadrivium and Little Book of Coincidence.
very interesting stuff. link about some of it here :www.halexandria.org...
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
Is an Electron really a Photon with Toroidal Topology?
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
i've also heard "Biophysics" by John Martineau, author of Quadrivium and Little Book of Coincidence.
very interesting stuff. link about some of it here :www.halexandria.org...
Is it Dr. Jason Martineau, rather than John, who is the author of QUADRIVIUM, along with three other people?
Anyway, I've heard of QUADRIVIUM before; it's been highly recommended!
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
Is an Electron really a Photon with Toroidal Topology?
I see the above is written by electrical engineers. I love reading stuff by them because they're often more grounded (no pun intended ) than physicists.
Thanks for the links! Good stuff.
edit on 01/17/12 by Mary Rose because: Format
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
John Martineau is definitely the author of Little Book of Coincidences. and he also listed as co-author of Quadrivium.
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
Rodin's work is OBVIOUSLY gaining popularity.
The Rodin Coil is a nozzle that can turn mankind into intergalactic citizens by functioning as a vertical lift power propulsion spacecraft due to its massive magnetic field
Rodin, with his Vortex-Based Mathematics, is able to decode the entire universe from the quantum level to galaxies, using a mathematics so simple even a nine year-old can do it.
shills like BuddhaSystem are STILL using derogatory terms to describe Rodin
I especially like the part about the obsolete technology:
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Yes! Yes! There are some quality web sites such as this one
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
Rodin's work is OBVIOUSLY gaining popularity.
Combustion engine obsolete?
The Rodin Torus Coil makes much of current technology obsolete, including the following :
* The combustion engine
* Alternating current
* Conventional computer compression schemes
* Current methods of heat dissipation in computer processors
* Conventional wireless communication
* Winged airplanes
* All conventional types of encryption
* Endless repeating decimals are eliminated as a result of being able to compute a whole value for anything
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Yes! Yes! There are some quality web sites such as this one
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Now the only question is, what do we do with the red section that's leftover?
Originally posted by -PLB-
I guess that is why some people endorsed the idea that pi=3.
Originally posted by buddhasystem
. . . Rodin can manufacture black holes any time, 24/7.
Isn't the red section a discontinuity?
Originally posted by -PLB-
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Now the only question is, what do we do with the red section that's leftover?
Eat it? Anyhow, with pi being the circumvent divided by the diameter, you did not really solve the problem, but made it worse. Only a circle with a discontinuity in it would solve it...
So where is Rodin gaining popularity then?
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
haha, i've never seen that site before, and of course you link it as a "credible" Rodin science source,, because it has absolutely no official relation to Marko Rodin.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
. . . ex-Microsoft guy . . .
APPENDIX
ENDORSEMENTS and PAPERS
1. RUSSELL P. BLAKE
Wed, 14 Nov 2001 22:16:11
Subject: The Rodin Coil
To Whom It May Concern:
Two years ago I met Marko Rodin through a mutual acquaintance. Mr. Rodin
shared some of his results with me at that time. It became clear to me that Mr.
Rodin's work was a synthesis of numerical patterns which had previously been
overlooked by conventional science and mathematics. In hopes of bridging the
gap between Mr. Rodin's discoveries and conventional science, I put forth an
analytical framework in which mathematical formulae generate the numerical
patterns of the Rodin Torus. These formulae suggested that the Rodin Torus lies
not just on the surface of the "doughnut" shape, but into the interior as well; in
other words, the Rodin Torus is three dimensional.
This mathematical formulation is as yet incomplete, and the physical meaning of
these numerical phenomena remain unexplored still. Yet in my career I have
several times discovered new mathematical formulations which have led to new
products. In the late 1970's I discovered Atomic Modeling which revolutionized
computer performance modeling, measurement, and sizing. In the early 1990's I
discovered new ways to express the time-dependent behavior of program code,
which led to reductions of program code size of 50% of the original size for all
programs to which it was applied. I mention these facts merely to convince the
reader that my intuition has a history of success in the practical application of
new mathematics.
Now I am completely convinced that the Rodin Torus will likewise lead to new
and revolutionary advances in art and science. Mr. Rodin's work has suffered
from a lack of adequate scientific attention, and I am sure that as the research
momentum builds and the proper relationship between the Rodin Torus and
conventional science is fully understood, both areas of endeavor will attain new
heights. I am very much looking forward to playing a role in this adventure.
Russell P. Blake
Former Senior Researcher
Microsoft Research
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Regarding Rodin's "official" site "markorodin.com", he's taken down most of the things that were on his site when this thread was started, like his wacky article where he claims dark matter is the number 9, and his list of endorsers which included not only a couple of dead people but an ex-Microsoft guy who, when asked, says he thinks Rodin's stuff is mostly fantasy.
And where is the evidence for this?
Originally posted by Mary Rose
As has been pointed out twice on this thread, Blake later decided to pursue his own patent related to Rodin's work.
Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
I tacked down Russell Blake to an Australian firm, and have swapped a couple of emails with him.
His comments about Marko's maths are:
Most of Marko’s stuff is fanciful nonsense. I found some of what he was involved with rather interesting, and ended up formalizing some of the mathematics around his various series, which I discovered to be decimal parity series. I wrote this up in a paper for him, but can’t vouch for any of the rest of it.
Originally posted by Mary Rose
. . . I remember seeing a video where he talked about a conflict with endorser Russell Blake because Blake wanted his own patent.