About the Theory
Nassim Haramein’s Unified Field Theory
Nassim Haramein is a world leader in unified physics who has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry, and much more.
These studies led to his groundbreaking theories, published papers and patented inventions in unified science – particularly his Unified Field Theory.
Underlying Nassim Haramein’s Unified Field Theory is the belief that everything is interconnected. While uniqueness and individuation exist, at the same time everything is connected as part of one field.
This theory bridges the problematic gap between the two main theoretical frameworks of modern physics today – general relativity and quantum field theory. General relativity makes predictions about our universe at a very large scale, while quantum theory focuses on the very small: atomic and subatomic particles. The problem is, each model breaks down when applied outside of its own realm. Logically and intuitively we know that big things are made of small things, so it stands to reason there must be a set of physics that explains it all, in one unified model.
Einstein worked on a unified field theory until hours before he died. He believed there was a simple, beautiful, geometric solution. Nassim’s Unified Field Theory posits that the universe is a single, entangled system, holographic in nature, which means that every single proton in the universe contains within it the information of the entire universe as a whole.
When this entangled nature of the universe is illuminated, it begins to explain the extraordinary unity and coherency of the self-organizing systems all around us and within us – and this may point to the way in which consciousness arises.
In addition, Nassim’s theory provides a scientifically-validated explanation for the concept that separation is an illusion, and that in fact, we are all one.
Understanding these scientific insights and their greater implications allows for an elevation in social consciousness, and gives rise to a more empathetic worldview when we realize that we are everything and everything is us.