Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, Paul Schatz was able to develop a mathematical formula to express “Kinematic Inversion”, which is a vastly superior method for mixing of solids and liquids. This new method offers the ability to mix at a rate which is 10X more effective than conventional mixing methods. The Platonic bodies and Johannes Kepler’s object’s in space; were the body of works in which Schatz deduced the concept of inversion of space.
The “Turbula” was the first commercial mixer that was introduced into the market and has sold hundreds of thousands of these devices for mixing things, it seems that some of the best applications for the machine is in the mixing of solids in the making of explosives and the Nuclear energy business (Carbon mixed substance in Core Control Rods). The results of these applications is that the technology has been controlled for military purposes. As a result this technology is not a household term.
Schatz developed the “inverted Cube” to illustrated the motion of “kinematic inversion”. Kinematic Inversion can be defined as a “state in which the centripetal and centrifugal forces are equal. It is in the “state” that the ideal mixing occurs with 10X the efficiency.
In the centre of the different stars this is the point in which Centripetal and Centrifugal forces are equal.