AARRP: Introduction to the Oloid – Paul Schatz


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Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, Paul Schatz invented what is known as the “inverted cube”. Paul Schatz was able to create a mathematical equation which would represent “Kinematic Inversion”. Kinematic inversion can be defined as a method of mixing which is 10X more efficient than normal mixing methods. Kinematic Inversion can be defined as a state in which the centripetal and centrifugal forces are equal.

His first invention the Turbula which was sold to the military and pharmaceutical industries for mixing of solids. As a result the technology is relatively unknown. The inverted cube demonstrates the action of Kinematic Inversion. It is divided into thirds each having the same mass. the Two “Star bolts” are separated from the inverted cube and as the cube is rotated through 360′, it shows in the center the state where centripetal and centrifugal forces are equal.

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