Who is Nassim Haramein ?


Nassim Haramein has spent more than 30 years loo­king for and dis­co­ve­ring connec­tions in various fields. These range from phy­sics, anthro­po­lo­gy and ancient civi­li­za­tions to mathe­ma­tics, geo­me­try, cos­mo­lo­gy, quan­tum mecha­nics, bio­lo­gy and chemistry.


Revolutionary theories

These stu­dies led him to revo­lu­tio­na­ry theo­ries, the publi­ca­tion of articles and the rea­li­za­tion of paten­ted inven­tions in uni­fied phy­sics. They are now being reco­gni­zed and accep­ted around the world.

Nassim Haramein’s dis­co­ve­ries are based on and focus on a fun­da­men­tal geo­me­try of space. Because space connects us all, from the quan­tum and mole­cu­lar scale to cos­mo­lo­gi­cal objects in the uni­verse. In his paper Quantum Gravity and Holographic Mass [1], he made a pre­dic­tion of the char­ging radius of the pro­ton. This is the more accu­rate pre­dic­tion than ever esta­bli­shed by other theo­re­ti­cal work. An expe­riment car­ried out in 2013 by a team of scien­tists from the Paul Scherrer Institute confir­med this pre­dic­tion.


The Resonance Science Foundation

In 2004, Nassim Haramein foun­ded the Resonance Project Foundation (now the Resonance Science Foundation). As Director of Research, he calls on phy­si­cists, mathe­ma­ti­cians and engi­neers to explore :

    • the prin­ciples of uni­fied physics
    • their appli­ca­tions in our world today and for future generations

In the fall of 2014, he laun­ched The Resonance Academy Delegate Program, the first and only uni­fied phy­sics pro­gram of its kind. It enables the dis­se­mi­na­tion of its tea­chings to thou­sands of stu­dents in more than 70 coun­tries around the world.

In 2015, Nassim Haramein ope­ned a labo­ra­to­ry where he serves as Executive Director of Research and Development. There he led teams of scien­tists and engi­neers towards the appli­ca­tion of his revo­lu­tio­na­ry theo­ries. But also of his reso­nance tech­no­lo­gy patents, which focus on quan­tum vacuum ener­gy and gra­vi­ta­tio­nal effects. The pro­duc­tion of such tech­no­lo­gies could pro­vide essen­tial ener­gy and open up space explo­ra­tion in a com­ple­te­ly viable and secure manner.

The connec­ted uni­verse [2], a feature-length docu­men­ta­ry film, was made based on Nassim Haramein’s dis­co­ve­ries and their poten­tial for future generations.


Crédits pho­tos : Resonance Science Foundation

Other videos are avai­lable on this page.




Notes and references 

[1] All his articles are avai­lable on the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics.
[2] The movie is avai­lable for sale or ren­tal. See the movie



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