Marko Rodin on Vortex Mathematics

Marko Rodin, the inventor of vortex mathematics, describes his two presentations at the TeslaTech 2012 Conference. He briefly discusses the applications of a colleague's work to artificial intelligence as well as extensively describing the applications of vortex mathematics across a variety of disciplines.

Marko Rodin's Vortex Mathematics is a scientific and numerical system involving whole numbers, toroidal constructs and spirituality that he claims describes underlying principles at the foundation of science and physics. Rodin describes Vortex Mathematics as the means by which energy expresses itself mathematically, in a manner without anomalies that describes the dimensional shape and function of the universe as being a toroidally-shaped black hole.

Marko Rodin claims this particular design, deduced from his number theory, yields different electromagnetic properties than any other coil, which he claims to enabling it to harness zero-point energy. According to Rodin, the coil represents the underpinning geometry of the universe.


Marko Rodin on Rodin Coils

Marko Rodin proposes enhancements to the well-known Rodin Coil design that he believes may increase it's effectiveness. The Rodin Coil consists of a pair of wires wrapped around a doughnut-shaped core in a star pattern. Rodin claims this particular design, deduced from his number theory, yields different electromagnetic properties than any other coil - enabling it to create perpetual energy, and thus breaking fundamental laws of physics.

Rodin also offers speculation into fields other than electromagnetism for the application of "Vortex Mathematics", a theory developed from mathematical relationships that is purported to explain all mathematical operations, biological genes, and non-decaying energy.


Sterling Allan on TeslaTech 2012

PES Founder Sterling D. Allan provides commentary on TeslaTech 2012 and outlines his favorite technology picks for this year's conference.

Given his journalistic experience & extensive network of scientific contacts, Allan's opinion is greatly valued by thousands of innovators as being authoritative on emerging energy technologies worth investigating.


Mark Koppin on Noble-Gas Engines

Mark Koppin describes a prototype of the Inteligentry noble-gas engine, which is driven by what they call a "Plasmic Transition Process" based on Joseph Papp's older engine technology. The noble-gas engine, demonstrated at TeslaTech 2012, is claimed to generate 270 horsepower with a completely reversible noble-gas expansion process, which means that it requires no intake or exhaust in order to run.

Koppin functions in a training capacity with PTP Licensing, a subdivision of Inteligentry that is involved with building community support for the technology and creating a dealer base for Inteligentry's noble-gas engine technologies.


Lee Wolstad on Magnet-Motor Experiments

Lee Wolstad describes his research into sacred geometries, and how an idea for a device based on two interlocking rings led to a rudimentary prototype that created a self-spin effect during this experimentation.

Wolstad describes building the device from a wooden frame and utilizing permanent magnets that interact with each other in a manner he believes is inspired by "The Marcus Device". When rotated, Wolstad's magnets led to what he describes as a self-spin effect that ultimately led to the destruction of his prototype due to flaws in construction.


Konstantin Meyl on Scalar Waves

Dr. Konstantin Meyl describes his attendance of the joint TeslaTech/NPA event and presentations that he's delivering at both events on his work in scalar electromagnetic field interactions. Meyl is well known for his research into scalar wave theory, and describes his current research as well as the highly publicized scalar wave kit that has been sold worldwide as a learning tool for experimenters and students.


Clayton Nolte on Natural Action Water

Clayton Nolte describes Natural Action Water, a form of structured water that he claims is created by a device he created to split a stream of water into two counter-rotating vortices. Nolte cites research into "water memory effects" and devices the National Action Water device as being capable of erasing the memory of toxins from water run through it.

According to Nolte, structured water has a balanced Ph, has no water memory, and more freely crosses cellular membranes to produce better hydration within the body. He also indicates that structured water more freely releases oxygen dissolved within in it than conventional water, which he claims allows the body to more easily assimilate both substances.


GEET Engine Overview

Licensed dealer and trainer Daniel Gonzales provides an overview of the GEET Engine, a plasmic-reaction engine that features a plasma reactor which breaks down fuel before it enters the cylinder.

GEET is claimed to run on nearly any fuel source, and differs from traditional engines by lowering cylinder temperature and having a more even gas-expansion, which is claimed to allow the device to run at much higher RPM's while simultaneously reducing fuel consumption.

Daniel Gonzales is currently one of the few licensed GEET dealers, and claims to be the only dealer currently training students in the GEET process.


Dan Glover on the Inteligentry Papp Engine

Dan Glover of Inteligentry provides an overview of the company's work in Papp engine research. Led by founder John Rohner, the firm claims to have not only recreated the Papp Engine, but also improved upon the original process by removing dangerous & unsafe elements in addition to making a number of modifications of their own.

Inteligentry's Plasmic Transition Process technology couples a refined noble-gas piston arrangement with a sophisticated onboard electronics suite that delivers precision timing to the Papp Engine to produce nearly 300 horsepower output.

Inteligentry plans to license Plasmic Transition Process technology in a novel manner by making the noble-gas cylinder technology open-source while retaining their intellectual property in electronics-suite enhancements for their dealer network. Dan Glover claims this recognizes the fact that Papp's original work is already open-source as the patents on it have long expired.


Jeffrey Cook on Inertial Propulsion

Jeffrey Cook demonstrates a model inertial propulsion device that he's developed and describes it's method of propulsion, which is based on research into physics and magnetism undertaken by Cook over the last few years.

Cook has developed a lightweight electromagnetic "launcher" that pushes a small, plastic vehicle out a ramp at high-speed, and hopes to market it as a science-toy. Functionally, this inertial propulsion prototype utilizes Neodymium magnets in a strong plastic case that Cook has reinforced to ensure the magnets cannot be removed to ensure the safety of children using it.