Marko Rodin, inventor of the Rodin coil, appears to have made some important discoveries in mathematics, geometry, and physics.
I watched a video of a seminar and was struck by patterns and periodicities in arithmetic that have heretofore escaped notice. Some interesting mathematical phenomena emerge from his imposition of a number grid onto a toroidal geometry. The toroidal geometry naturally leads one to compare his ideas with those of Nassim Haramein.
The doubling and halving pattern also bears a striking resemblance to binary traversal of a node space. It also is reminiscent of the rational mathematics used in Dewey B. Larson's Reciprocal System that represents the relations of spacial and temporal aspects of motion.
Caution: Marko Rodin's presentation is unorthodox and somewhat eccentric. This should not dissuade enquiry into his work.
- YouTube lecture by Marko Rodin - part one of a 44 part series
- Vortex based mathematics at TEDx Charolette by Randy Powell
- energeticforum - blog post with some links