About Our Scientific Research
GeoVortex’s earth investigator is Johnny Tesone, an independent, geologist with a BS in Geology from the University of Wyoming, and it was during the pandemic isolation, summer of 2020 that decades of wilderness adventure, natural resources, and technology prepared him for the ultimate download of this Earth-, Life- and Astro-science knowledge.
The investigations of 13 outcrop sites; 70 miles N to S (Wind RIvers), 200 miles S to N (E. Colorado) were compared to known regional geological formations is where, how many large anomalies greater than 200 ft. which were the first mapped, visited and studied. The outcrop matrix is Late Ordovician (485-444mya) geological period, and determined to be the event age of the deposition or in this case, the invasion episode – Exterranium. This timeline coincides to finally explain one of the greatest extinction periods recorded which occurred in the Late Ordovician period.
The massive impactor event revealed craters with geometric outcrops, some exhibiting non-human-made dam features which lives an aggressive burrowing, sub-worker species the Exterran Infinitas Nimerigarus (EIN).
This alien species is extensively documented with a glossary and was the first organic alien that was tested in the SEM lab.
These vivid clues have been a daily deluge captured in the series documentary.
GeoVortex has produced a highly complex, unprecedented research portal for the general world audience but also for the scientific community with a goal of establishing peer collaboration with other researchers seeking answers to many questions about past, present and future life and planetary evidence.