Unlocking Secrets of the Earth

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 sites; 70 miles N to S (Wind RIvers), 200 miles S to N (E. Colorado) were compared to known regional geological formations where many large anomalies greater than 200 ft. which were the first mapped out and visited. The geometric outcrops, impact craters some exhibiting non-human-made dam features lives an aggressive burrowing, sub-worker species the EIN. The 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. 

How We Work

Our research work is performed using standard equipment in a diligent, scientific, resourceful manner while utilizing open-sourced discovery tools, including Google Earth imaging starting with a 500-mile diameter area of the western US on to a digital library on a world scale where the patterns replicated extensively in size and matter complexity. The discovery samples were collected on open, public, and non-private lands without the need of special permitting. Key samples were analyzed by an independent electron microscopy laboratory.                                                                            The interdisciplinary approach of geology, chemistry, physics and mechanical engineering formulated a deeper understanding of the STEM complexities. This was the study blueprint to fathom and explain the materials science, condensed matter physics of spark plasma sintering, powder metallurgy for superalloy production that is the rocket species so abundant in nature, yet invisible to everyone until now. 

These primer symbols provided the outline to
process the deep complexities into a cogent journal.

Superalloy Discovery

(SEM) 500um = Nickel + Cobalt + Iron + Carbon.
Tesonite is a superalloy, from a supernatural discovery event. Specimen pig tails exhibits single crystal phase,
super metallic, hyper-light properties of an
advanced aeronautical composite for future human
space travel.

Future Research

We envision working in cooperation with private research, business and universities seeking to participate in one of the most exciting scientific breakthrough discoveries of our lifetimes. We welcome professional participation and donations for the voluminous amount of digital and material evidence primed for researchers, universities, and private organizations to obtain the material library in rocks, skeletons and/or digital archives.

Validation from top scientists and news outlets would help bring the story making history at the forefront of new world science breakthrough and should interest many certain groups. The world’s top researchers to examine all that has been found—and critically assess its value and worth. This discovery is meant to be shared.

What we offer

T-Minus Maximus - 2 cm alien rocket borne from
jet black superalloy matrix - August 1, 2021

Sand World - Perfect 250' diameter earth sand castle

Alien emstone discovery

540M yr. matrix of 100-micron crystalline eggs
Exterran Infinitas Nimerigarus (EIN) -
This first species discovery is theme of the Chase

1 cm. EIN embryo fossil - Fremont Co., Wyo.

The Crystals of Infinity - Ocean to land surface of the superalloy acceleration

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Rocket Geology - 4.5 Billion yrs. - current as UFO sightings

700 ft. long specimen exhibits 'The Great Blast Off', another geological remnant in the Great Unconformity mystery.
Primary rocket species caused the massive iron (Fe) metallic rich lands - not just microbes or volcanics -
because of the large and pervasive landings covering the Earth from day 1.