“You see the windmill and see the circle and they seem connected. And then to see Euler’s equation relating to the circular idea just fitted in beautifully with it! So, I was mightily impressed with the whole design!”
- Richard Andrews, U. K. Web Designer
June 1, 2010 Guildford, Surrey, England - Richard Andrews was staring at Lucy Pringle's aerial photograph (above) on his computer screen after midnight on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Richard is a freelance web designer and administrator who was born 46 years ago in Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire county about thirty miles west of London. After high school in 1982, Richard first worked for a year on a degree in environmental psychology at the University of Surrey. Then he went to Africa to work on a game reserve. By 1994, he had earned a Diploma in Heritage Interpretation from the University of London's Birkbeck College. He's currently writing a book entitled The Temple of the Grail, which he plans to publish in the near future. Richard is also an administrator for DailyGrail.com owned by Greg Taylor, a website that explores the edges of science and history, including the worldwide phenomenon of crop formations.
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