This came across my desk not too long ago. I thought it a fitting blog post to wrap up 2014. Stay tuned, as 2015 is surely to bring some surprises. We are all patiently awaiting the release of Biology book 6, and until then, feast your eyes on just one more update concerning Tetryonic Theory. Momentum is building and stock is on the rise.
Although the award is not directly related to the testing of Tetryonics, it's a great step in the right direction and something T-theory students the world over should be proud of. I wish Kyle the very best in his studies, and look forward to following his research in the years to come.
India + 1
Canada + 1
United States = 0
A congratulations is in order for Ranjith Reddy and Abhinav Sharma for winning the special research award in recognition of their efforts in bringing Tetryonic Theory to new students at Mallareddy Engineering college during a 2 day seminar - well done guys, be proud.
Posted on Wed, December 24, 2014
by Richard Blankenship