The fractal and holographic universe


Note : This article out­lines Nassim Haramein’s uni­fied field theo­ry (connec­ted uni­verse). Reading can be a bit dif­fi­cult for some people. Remember to explore the infor­ma­tion through the notes and rela­ted links, this should make it easier to unders­tand. You can also start by rea­ding the article Sacred Connection, which is more affor­dable, but is still a per­so­nal inter­pre­ta­tion of this theo­ry.


Starting off on the right foot

For seve­ral decades, some phy­si­cists have been trying to build a bridge bet­ween rela­ti­vis­tic and quan­tum phy­sics, using string theo­ry. This theo­ry is still spe­cu­la­tive and seeks to pro­vide a des­crip­tion of quan­tum gra­vi­ty. Also known as the « theo­ry of the whole », it attempts to uni­fy the four ele­men­ta­ry inter­ac­tions, of which gra­vi­ty is one. It consi­ders the fun­da­men­tal buil­ding blocks of the uni­verse not as « point par­ticles » but as a « kind of tiny vibra­ting strings with a ten­sion, like an elas­tic band » [1].

schwarzschild-s-protonNassim Haramein takes ano­ther path. He is not trying to build a bridge which will pro­ba­bly never be built without a cor­rect unders­tan­ding of the fun­da­men­tal dyna­mics of the uni­verse. Rather, he deve­lops a model that applies to all scales, from the infi­ni­te­ly small to the infi­ni­te­ly large, because it is pre­ci­se­ly based on this fun­da­men­tal dyna­mics. In doing so, he can easi­ly pro­vide a des­crip­tion of quan­tum gra­vi­ty (see the article Quantum gra­vi­ty and the Schwarzschild pro­ton).


The universe is a black hole

An eloquent scaling law

More concre­te­ly, in order to build his model, he has col­lec­ted data on quan­tum and cos­mo­lo­gi­cal objects (pro­ton, star, pla­net…). Then he pla­ced these objects on a graph accor­ding to their fre­quen­cy and radius, and found that there is a linear pro­gres­sion from Planck spheres [2] in the infi­ni­te­ly small to the uni­verse itself.



They have one thing in com­mon that may seem sur­pri­sing : they have the mass and radius requi­red to be consi­de­red as black holes. In other words, they obey the Schwarzschild condi­tion [3].This remar­kable ali­gn­ment is in favor of a uni­verse that is far from being ran­dom and chao­tic. On the contra­ry, it would be dyna­mic and orga­ni­zed, accor­ding, to a frac­tal law.

For Nassim Haramein, we live inside a black hole. That’s a hell of a piece of news. Especially from the way it’s com­mon­ly por­trayed : a mons­ter that sucks eve­ry­thing in. We often for­get that black holes have a limi­ted range of action… other­wise we wouldn’t be here !


Information paradox ?

According to the phy­si­cist Stephen Hawking, these cos­mic objects still emit weak radia­tion which, after seve­ral bil­lion years, leads black holes to eva­po­ra­tion. This poses a thor­ny pro­blem : if the infor­ma­tion swal­lo­wed in the form of mass-energy disap­pears fore­ver, what hap­pens to the prin­ciple of ener­gy conser­va­tion ? This is the « infor­ma­tion para­dox » high­ligh­ted by Hawking in 1976.

Nassim Haramein manages to esta­blish that there is no para­dox. But to unders­tand his approach, we need to change the way we think about black holes.


For another vision of black holes

The term « black hole » does not allow us to represent this object cor­rect­ly because « [the mass of the black hole] allows to define a sphere cal­led the black hole hori­zon, cen­te­red on the sin­gu­la­ri­ty (…). This sphere repre­sents in a way the spa­tial exten­sion of the black hole. Thus, the term « hole » is inap­pro­priate : it would be more cor­rect to speak of a « black ball » to concre­te­ly concep­tua­lize its actual three-dimensional phy­si­cal form in space. » [4]

In fact, Nassim Haramein shows that a black hole is not even a sphere but a double torus. The infor­ma­tion does not flow in a straight line towards the cen­ter of the black hole, but curls from its two poles towards the cen­ter in two oppo­site pola­ri­zed direc­tions.

double-torus  doble-torus-dynamics

The rota­tio­nal forces gene­ra­ted create a cen­tri­fu­gal force whose power increases as the infor­ma­tion approaches the sin­gu­la­ri­ty. This until a contra­ry force redis­tri­butes the infor­ma­tion on the sur­face of the black hole. Thus, all the infor­ma­tion inside the black hole is pre­ser­ved, as pre­dic­ted by quan­tum theo­ry. The infor­ma­tion is sto­red holo­gra­phi­cal­ly on the event hori­zon [5]. In other words, the infor­ma­tion para­dox is irre­le­vant since no infor­ma­tion is ever lost.


Two forces, two movements : how does it work ?

In this model, the black hole evolves in a double move­ment : it is simul­ta­neous­ly in contrac­tion and expan­sion. The boun­da­ry bet­ween these two move­ments is the equa­tor of the black hole. This double move­ment can also be seen as a double rota­tion, where the two torus that make up the black hole rotate in oppo­site direc­tions. This move­ment gives rise to gra­vi­ta­tio­nal and elec­tro­ma­gne­tic forces.

Thus, when new infor­ma­tion reaches the sin­gu­la­ri­ty point under the effect of gra­vi­ty, it is poo­led with the infor­ma­tion present in the quan­tum vacuum. Then the modi­fied infor­ma­tion emerges from the black hole under the effect of the elec­tro­ma­gne­tic force. It is trans­mit­ted to the other black holes in the uni­verse through the worm­holes that connect all the black holes toge­ther (see the article What is space-time ?). This is how quan­tum com­mu­ni­ca­tion works eve­ryw­here in the uni­verse [6].


How is our universe organized ?

Black holes : the architects of the universe


Black holes are dis­tri­bu­ted from the quan­tum to the cos­mo­lo­gi­cal scale accor­ding to a frac­tal law and a holo­gra­phic model. Nassim Haramein talks about a holo­frac­to­gra­phic uni­verse. This is how our uni­verse includes smal­ler black holes, while itself being inclu­ded in a lar­ger black hole. It is struc­tu­red in layers of crea­tion that com­mu­ni­cate in a quan­tum way. Its holo­gra­phic pro­per­ties imply that there is as much infor­ma­tion in the entire uni­verse as there is in each point of it.

This vision of black holes also calls into ques­tion the inter­pre­ta­tion of cer­tain obser­va­tions. Indeed, it implies that black holes pre-exist the for­ma­tion of stars and pla­nets. Thus, when a black hole appears in the uni­verse, it is not because a star has col­lap­sed in on itself, but because the black hole – by expel­ling the consti­tuent mat­ter that sur­roun­ded it and for­med the star – has become visible.


Vacuum and matter, a great love story

A dis­co­ve­ry publi­shed on 25 February 2015 in the jour­nal Nature [7] seems to cor­ro­bo­rate this approach. It indi­cates that the most mas­sive black hole known to date – 12 bil­lion times the mass of our sun – has been loca­ted 12.8 bil­lion light years from Earth. In other words, it for­med 12.8 bil­lion years ago. This is a great sur­prise to astro­phy­si­cists, because how could such a mas­sive black hole have for­med only 900 mil­lion years after the birth of the uni­verse, just after­wards – on a galac­tic scale ! – the appea­rance of the first stars and the first galaxies ? For Nassim Haramein, the ans­wer is simple : it was not for­med « after », it exis­ted before this star.

In the holo­frac­to­gra­phic uni­verse, all black holes are connec­ted by the only ele­ment present at all scales : space. It is always present in the same pro­por­tions – 0.00001…% matter for 99.99999…% vacuum – which should lead us to think, like the phy­si­cist, that « maybe it is not objects that define space, but space that defines objects » [8], just as sin­gu­la­ri­ties define stars.


What is vacuum ?

« The vec­tor equi­li­brium is the zero point of « being » and « non-being ». It is the emp­ty theatre, the emp­ty cir­cus, the emp­ty uni­verse rea­dy to gene­rate any action and its spec­ta­tors. »


Although the ener­gy of all objects in the uni­verse radiates in the vacuum, and although the ener­gy den­si­ty of the quan­tum vacuum, even when renor­ma­li­zed [10], is huge (5.1 x 1093 g/cm3), the vacuum seems to us… emp­ty. Why ?

Firstly, because we do not have direct expe­rience of it. Our direct expe­rience is on the scale of mat­ter, which seems to us, on the contra­ry, very dense. That’s not the case. Albert Einstein said that « phy­si­cal objects are not in space, but these objects are an exten­sion of space » [11], while Nassim Haramein reminds us that mat­ter is com­po­sed of 99.99999…% of emp­ty space.


A little geometry

cuboctahedronSecondly, because « vacuum can contain infi­nite forces in it, if they are in per­fect balance, you will not rea­lize that they are there » [12], as the phy­si­cist also explains. In the holo­frac­to­gra­phic uni­verse, the vacuum equi­li­brium, at the quan­tum level (i.e. at the Planck scale), is based on geo­me­try, and more pre­ci­se­ly on the com­bi­na­tion of two solids : the cuboc­ta­he­dron and the tetra­he­dral star. The cuboc­ta­he­dron is also cal­led the vec­tor equi­li­brium because it is the only geo­me­try with a per­fect vec­tor balance. The cuboc­ta­he­dron and the tetra­he­dral star pro­duce equal and oppo­site forces that evolve in a feed­back dyna­mics.


The vacuum dynamics

The vacuum geo­me­try is in fact that of the double torus which cha­rac­te­rizes black holes and allows infor­ma­tion to cir­cu­late. This geo­me­try is the source of the dyna­mics of contrac­tion and expan­sion, the source of gra­vi­ty and elec­tro­ma­gne­tism, which give cohe­rence to the uni­verse. In other words, mate­rial rea­li­ty is done, undone, and redone over and over again, and this move­ment is based on a conti­nuous feed­back of infor­ma­tion : mat­ter informs quan­tum vacuum (contrac­tion move­ment), which in return informs mat­ter (expan­sion move­ment), and so on. Everything comes from vacuum, eve­ry­thing goes back to vacuum.

The fun­da­men­tal geo­me­try of the vacuum struc­ture is the­re­fore an infi­nite frac­tal struc­ture. It grows and shrinks in size, always res­pec­ting its pro­por­tions and balance at all levels.





Key points

  • The uni­verse is a black hole, itself made up of black holes at dif­ferent scales.

  • Black holes are dis­tri­bu­ted accor­ding to a frac­tal law, they com­mu­ni­cate by feed­back.

  • The uni­verse is holo­gra­phic : there is as much infor­ma­tion in the whole uni­verse as there is in each point of it.

  • In the uni­verse there is 0.00001…% mat­ter for 99.99999…% vacuum.

  • Everything comes from vacuum, eve­ry­thing goes back to vacuum, at eve­ry Planck/s.              




Notes and references

[1] According to WIKIPEDIA
[2] Planck dis­tance (1.616 x 10-33 cm) is the smal­lest limit that defines our rela­tion­ship to the uni­verse. A Planck sphere is the smal­lest « ener­gy packet », the smal­lest signi­fi­cant elec­tro­ma­gne­tic vibra­tion.
[3] Karl Schwarzschild was a German phy­si­cist. He was the first to have pro­vi­ded a solu­tion to Einstein’s field equa­tions, and thus to pre­dict the first theo­re­ti­cal black hole.
[4] According to WIKIPEDIA
[5] See the article The holo­gra­phic uni­verse : the under­lying uni­ty about the holo­gra­phic prin­ciple.
[6] See also the article Is the uni­verse deter­mi­nis­tic ? about quan­tum com­mu­ni­ca­tion.
[7] WU Xue-Bing et al. (februa­ry 25, 2015). An ultra­lu­mi­nous qua­sar with a twelve-billion-solar-mass black hole at red­shift 6.30. In : Nature
[8] HARAMEIN Nassim. (September 25, 2013). Nassim Haramein Complete [Podcast]; the exact quote is « maybe it’s space that defi­ning you, ins­tead of you that defi­ning it. »
[9] FULLER Buckminster, quo­ted by Resonance Science Foundation
[10] Renormalization is a pro­cess that arti­fi­cial­ly eli­mi­nates the infi­nite ener­gy den­si­ty that exists at the quan­tum level. For more details, see the article From renor­ma­li­za­tion to frac­tals.
[11] EINSTEIN Albert, quo­ted by HARAMEIN Nassim, L’univers connec­té [vidéo], free trans­la­tion
[12] HARAMEIN Nassim, Nassim Haramein at Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library (1) [vidéo]


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