The REST of EUCLID back book coverWith the publication of this groundbreaking treatise, “The REST of EUCLID, the world will now be able to see evidence of how FRACTAL MATHEMATICS can be performed in a Euclidean plane.


  1. “In his extraordinary and rigorous approach in this study, Robert L. Powell, Sr. focused on accessing the ancient canons of geometric principles as well as immersing himself in mathematics and scientific theories and applications found throughout the centuries and up to our modern era. With these elements gestating within him, Robert L. Powell, Sr.-who was already steeped in mathematics, physics, holography and other scientific disciplines- investigated for decades how to canonically bring forth a contemporary method of inquiry as well as a tool of precise mathematical “languaging” for the numbers of Nature. He would often lament that at the turn of the century-meaning at the beginning of the 20th century-an international consortium of professional mathematicians created what he referred to as “a gated community” by formally excluding the body of square root numbers as those numbers that were “irrational” and “did not have proper addresses” on the number line. Perhaps it took Robert L. Powell, Sr. being highly perspicacious and a person of color-and his team-to see through the folly of that and to eventually and ingeniously determine that with “the rest of Euclid” one could reclaim those irrational numbers and find their addresses by way of THE NUMBER PLANE! Throughout these investigations, Robert L. Powell, Sr. unceasingly attempted to encourage his scientific colleagues-in physics, biochemistry, biology, mathematics, etc.-to understand that these irrational, square root numbers ARE the NUMBERS OF NATURE-that they ARE KEY for understanding and interpreting our world throughout the physical and subtle spectrums-from the micro to the macro. Instead of computing rows and rows of calculations lined up after the proverbial “decimal point”-he insisted that the elegance and precision of the square root numbers reveal a deeper level of structure and of resolution. He completed this manuscript in 2004 and shared it widely with colleagues.”

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