|The Vile Vortices in the Tropic of Cancer: Mohenjo Daro, site of the Rama Empire; The Devils Sea (Dragons Triangle); Hamakulia, near Hawaii, the scene of high volcanic activity; The Bermuda Triangle; The Algerian megalithic ruins; The North Pole. Vortices in the Tropic of Capricorn: The Zimbabwe Megaliths; Wharton Basin, the site of the Wallaby Fracture Zone; The edge of the Hebrides Trench near the Fiji Islands; Easter Island Colossi; The South Atlantic Anomaly; The South Pole. When this collection of locations is charted on a map of the globe, the result is a perfectly-balanced picture where the twelve locations in question form the vertices of an icosahedron (a 20 sided polyhedron).
Journal of Vortex Science and Technology is one of the top journals in Vile vortices. It publishes the original research and reviews on applied research and applications of vortex principles. Physical and mathematical grounds are also described and the formula for the determination of the space is also quoted in articles of this journal.
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