I'm going to put this out there with very little commentary.
There is a company that has named themselves "RadicalFlow". They have started a Kickstarter project to build a tool to visually build iPhone apps without writing any code. (They don't have it built yet.)
I run a company.
That company is named "Radical Breeze". Radical Breeze makes a piece of software that allows you to visually build iPhone (and Android, HTML5, Flash, Maemo and Desktop) apps without writing any code.
"Radical Breeze" exists, for years now, and builds a visual programming tool for a ton of platforms.
"RadicalFlow" does not exist, starts a Kickstarter project to fund building a tool like what "Radical Breeze" makes... only for far, far less platforms.
That screenshot above? That's from something that's shipping.
Are these guys copying what I do? I don't know. (Honestly, it's impossible to know at this point, as they haven't shipped anything.)
But, if they are not copying, then they should probably learn to do a quick google search before starting and naming a project (and a company).