I’m not in the least worried that this guy has found a way around the laws of thermodynamics. And, contrary to what the video’s narrator asserts, I highly doubt he’s a mathematician in any meaningful sense of that word.
Easy enough to make wild claims of qualifications; people do it all the time. Years ago I ran into "Dr" Douglas Forbes, inventor of the Human PIN Code. I see there was even a thread about it here:http://forum.skeptic.za.org/general-skepticism/human-pin-code/
He got his, er, Ph.D. from a diploma mill and couldn't refer me to his doctoral thesis. I even wrote to the diploma mill in question, only to be told that they don't just give out copies of students' theses.
He made all manner of wild claims, such as that he held a patent on a mini black hole for garbage disposal and that he "solved Pythagoras' Octagon Theory" (whatever the freck that is). And people fell for it hook, line and sinker. For a while there he was something of a minor celebrity.
I learned about him from an excited friend who is a very decent person, but jeez, she's as gullible as they come. She even did all his expensive courses to become a PIN Code practitioner herself. Eventually switched to face reading, of which she is now a hugely successful practitioner, and indeed she has achieved significantly more celebrity status than "Dr." Forbes could dream of.