What is an electron?

What is an electron?

Everyone knows what an electron is – right? Surprisingly the answer to that is no – no one really knows what it is. If you ask any high school student what an electron is, they will most probably tell you that it is a subatomic particle with negative charge and...
Announcing the Unity Wall

Announcing the Unity Wall

We are all connected. These are not just empty words on a page or a nice platitude; this is a verifiable truth backed by cutting-edge research and the discoveries being made in the field of unified science by Nassim Haramein and his research team. The Resonance...
The Vacuum Catastrophe

The Vacuum Catastrophe

By Dr. Amira Val Baker, RSF Research Scientist  Finally, we can all agree that the vacuum is just not living up to its name and is in fact teeming with energy. The question now is, how much energy? Well the answer to that question is yet to be agreed upon and as...
The first photo of a Black Hole is almost here!

The first photo of a Black Hole is almost here!

These are exciting times to witness. Since 2017 we have been tracing the amazing international initiative called Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) in the hunt for Black holes in the Universe. Among other studies, the EHT aims at the obtention of the first real image of...
Winter Solstice Thoughts

Winter Solstice Thoughts

The year draws to a close and we have approached once again the astronomical marker of change, the Winter Solstice of 2018. The northern parts of the world are at their darkest times. Depending on the latitude you are located, the angle of the sunrays decline until in...
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