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Sovereign Mind, Guest, Brian Andersen

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PLEASE VISIT www.sovereignmindradio.com to listen to the full show( you must be a subscriber) In 1988, the area of cold fusion and room temperature superconductors were "hot topics" in the general news media. Andersen was hooked on getting involved but had no formal training in science. Brian approached his research as a journalist and starting asking basic and fundamental questions about our reality between 1988 and 1992. The first basic question was why are there a group of chemical elements separated from the main rectangle group of chemical elements. Andersen spoke with countless chemistry and physics professors at universities across the United States to seek the answer to this question. Every professor gave a different answer to the question. Because there are blatant and obvious inconsistencies, confusion and only partial common sense related to the standard or traditional table of the chemical elements, Brian sought an alternative configuration to observing and researching the chemical elements. Andersen's apparent and overwhelming weakness of not having taken advanced math, physics and chemistry classes in high school and college was his greatest strength as he assembled new chemical element charts based upon a spiral and a circle. Brian was not brainwashed or irrevocably prejudiced by the traditional education system and had the freedom (lessons learned from Hurst John) to explore and discover with no limitations or restrictions. Brian’s second book titled The Rhythms of Nature featured the foundation for Tri-Vortex Technology. Andersen placed the chemical elements on a spiral and circle that led to numerous breakthroughs in applying geometric patterns and harmonic frequencies to the chemical elements.

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