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Protons in Life

Image by Marshall Lefferts http://cosmometry.com/. See RSF in Perspective below for more info on this image. Just recently, new experimental data on the charge radius of the proton was published in Science, confirming Nassim Haramein’s 2012 prediction based on his...

What We Have Been Up To

It’s that time of year again when summer is over, and we reflect on the past year – and what a great year it has been! In October 2018, research scientists William Brown, Dr Johanna Deinert and Jeremy Pfeiffer, along with chief engineer Scott Brown, attended the water...

The Role of Consciousness in the Universe

Unified Physics and the Entanglement Nexus of Awareness The role of science, as a methodology and tool, is to help us better understand the nature of our world and universe, and ultimately our relationship to it. This means that no legitimate phenomenon that is...

Repulsive Casimir Effect!

Credit: Image courtesy of Alan Stonebraker, American Physical Society. In a series of articles, we have addressed the measurable macroscopic effect coming from the microscopic vacuum fluctuations. The Casimir effect has proven to not only attract fixed or moving...

The Autumnal Equinox

Monday the 23rd of September at 07:50 am UTC marks the point of equinox – that is when there is approximately equal day and equal night, making it the official start of Autumn. As the Earth orbits the sun in a slightly eccentric orbit and inclined at an angle of 23.5...

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 acts...

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

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!

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...

The Big Bang: A Big Bounce?

The most widespread view of the origin of our Universe is that of the big explosion, commonly known as the Big Bang (BB). We have asked ourselves what happens right after, at the first instants of the universe… the most accepted view among cosmologists is that of an...

Why is everything so dark?

By Amira Val Baker When something seems a little mysterious or we just don’t understand what is going on we like to describe it with the adjective ‘dark’. This is one of the reasons why the term ‘dark’ matter got coined which was first proposed to explain the anomaly...

Is our solar system heating up?

The consequences of human activity on our environment has been proven and sadly can be observed on a daily basis. Even the Chinese government is taking action to face the ongoing problematic smog spread all across Chinese Cities. They recently decided drastic measures...

Communicating with the Scientific Community

The last two years has seen the scientists at the Resonance Science Foundation busy communicating their research at science conferences around the world. Here’s a brief update of what they’ve been up to. In November 2015 Nassim Haramein and Dr. Amira Val Baker...

The Puzzle of the Proton Radius

A new experiment has the physics world talking, and the subject is size — specifically the radius of the proton. The problem is, it seems to be smaller than previously thought. So why all the fuss? To understand the workings of the Universe, from the very big to the...

PSU Density in a Holographic Universe

After the recent Academy Breakout session, two french students had the same questions arising surrounding information storage in the quantum vacuum. One of the students, Olivier, wrote me afterwards, and posed these questions as follows: Proton is full of PSU / PSU...

Golden Ratio Stars

The enigmatic pulsating variable stars have just become more intriguing – as astronomers find them to be pulsating at the Golden ratio! Any star that varies in brightness – whether on timescale of seconds or years – falls into the category of variable stars, where the...

The End of the Aether

For thousands of years, the Aether (ether, æther, aither), a field which connects and permeates all things, was an essential facet of both the philosophy and science of reality in cultures around the world. Also known as “quintessence,” the Aether is the fifth element...

The Geometry of Quantum Gravity

Early Studies My journey to the leading edge of Modern Physics and Quantum Gravity began when I was a teenager. I had discovered that the human body had an energetic field. While the primary aspects and functionality of this field were explored in detail by a variety...

A Few Insights on Lightspeed

We do see "relative" changes to the apparent speed of light. For example, it has been shown in several experiments that our relative perception of light's speed can be changed by light traveling through special types of materials and having the "shape" of photons...

Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass

Haramein, N. (2012). Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, Physical Review & Research International, ISSN: 2231-1815, Page 270-292 We find an exact quantized expression of the Schwarzschild solution to Einstein’s field equations utilizing spherical Planck...

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