The Unified Field and New Science Paradigms
If you are not yet familiar with Nassim Haramein's exciting work, prepare yourself for an exhilarating odyssey into hyperspace and beyond. Haramein, who has spent his lifetime researching fields of physics from quantum theory to relativistic equations and cosmology, will lead you along a fascinating discussion geared to a layman's understanding of the fundamental nature of the universe and creation that includes black holes, gravitational forces, dimensions, and the very structure of space itself - all of which are integral parts of his now-complete Unified Field Theory. Haramein's theory was published in the peer reviewed Noetic Journal, July 2005 (click here for preprint version). However, the presentation does not end with the introduction of his theory alone, but includes the discussion of the path that he took to arrive at his views, which weaves between the texts and monuments of ancient civilizations, biology, chemistry and the primordial role of consciousness - all of which lend further credence to the science behind the theory.
Born in Geneva , Switzerland in 1962. As early as 9 years old, Mr. Haramein was already developing the basis for a hyperdimensional theory of everything he called the "Holofractographic Universe." This Unified Field Theory was developed based on a specific geometric array which he has found to be fundamental to creation. This theory has now been presented to the scientific community, and his scientific papers will soon be followed by a DVD and a book for the layman entitled "Crossing the Event Horizon."
Nassim is fluent in both French and English, and in addition to his technical presentations, he also conducts layman workshops and seminars on his theories to help bring an awareness that is greatly needed at this time. These lectures are designed around his life experiences beginning with childhood illuminations, followed by his research of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world -which, interestingly, seemed to have lead him through a similar path of investigation as Sir Isaac Newton (having spent a significant part of his adult life deeply immersed in the study of ancient texts before arriving at his fundamental laws of nature)- and culminating in his Unified Field Theory. Many believe that his work may lead to some of the most important scientific, philosophical and technological discoveries of our time. Website: http://www.theresonanceproject.org