Retired Sergeant Jarom Vahai has teamed up with Dr. Vlad Genin, a global business ambassador and visionary leader, to produce a book that will highlight mathematical evidence that shows that ancient pyramids and Stonehenge were built for the purpose of GPS, a global positioning system. Vahai hopes to translate these findings into more jobs for veterans by publishing a book and driving the proceeds to his charity, GC4 Vets Jobs for veterans. To donate to this cause or to help Vahai get the book published, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/AncientGPS.
Vahai's research proves that the ancient empires used these magnificent structures to measure the size of the Earth, measure time and create a grid system that tracks their location no matter how far they may stray from the Pyramid or Stonehenge.
This system of GPS allowed these empires to control large territories and projected their influence over thousands of miles. Ancient empires could have controlled these territories not only by military force but through more peaceful means of supply chains, trade routes and through economic resources.
Dr. Vlad Genin has a PhD of Engineering and a former professor at Stanford University. Dr. Genin has taken Jarom under his wing and is mentoring him through the process of producing the book for publication.
Dr. Genin has agreed to sign a nondisclosure agreement so as not to reveal a new equation that has been discovered by Jarom during his research and study of the pyramids.
"I have researched the equation in libraries and on the internet to see if the equation appears in any math books," said Genin. "I still haven't found the equation recorded anywhere in any mathematics text books."
"At this point, we are coming to the public arena to announce the discovery of this new equation however we will not reveal the equation itself until after I have patented its commercial and industrial applications. After that, we will reveal the equation to entire world."