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.
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 , 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.
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