No, the theory is fully mathematical, backed up by a large amount of objective data, and therefore real science. But the theory goes against the current scientific establishment, hence it's called pseudo science. The probabilities, of the nodes formed by the orientations of ancient structures, are mathematically proven.
When a mathematical theory cannot be backed up by experiments or material findings,or goes against established ideas, it is written off as pseudo science. The outcomes can be backed up by previous scientific experimental findings, like the lagging of CO2, the paleomagnetic records, and the temperature findings in the ice cores. Everything in this theory matches up to each other and can be seamlessly combined in one big theory together with plate tectonics and paleomagnetics.