If it had ports, it wouldn't need 4 cycles to make power, only 2, because it wouldn't have valves to open. Never heard of a Sleeve Valve engine? The only thing truly new in the rather disjointed rant you quoted (maybe) was the indirect reference to the computer controlled pneumatic valve operating systems employed by cutting edge F1 engines. Compressed air was originally used to close the valves instead of metallic springs, since springs are subject to disturbance by harmonic vibrations and air is not. From that grew the concept of using air (because it moves faster than any hydraulic fluid) or other gases to open the valves as well, and to do so independently of a mechanical camshaft, allowing infinitely variable valve timing optimized to any given situation in real time. The kernel of even that idea dates to experiments by Volvo and Mercedes-Benz in the 1960's.