Brian David Andersen
861 Sixth Avenue; Suite 403
San Diego, CA 92101
Brian David Andersen attended the University of Missouri School Of Journalismand became a freelance writer/photographer. His inventing talents surfaced with the co-invention with the first functional underwater housing system for broadcast television cameras. In 1988, Andersen discovered the new fields of structured water, room temperature superconductors and cold fusion. He left the freelance writer/photographer careers to pursue life as a researcher/inventor despite no education in science, math or physics.
In 1994, Brian developed a battery or wall plug powered device called MULTY-TRANZ that transformed and improved the atomic structure of liquids and solids. Later he discovered that a combination of metals processed and molded in a special manner also changes the atomic structure of liquids and solids without the sound generator--the Quantum Disk FVY.
Many anomalies occur in the standard square rectangle table of the chemical elements and Andersen logically concluded that the chemical elements harmonically manifest in multiples of seven in this dimension via a sphere rather than a square and rectangle (see illustration).