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 as the...

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The vacuum catastrophe

Deemed the worst prediction in physics, the vacuum catastrophe may have just been solved.

By Amira Val Baker

Finally, we can all agree that the vacuum is just not living up to its...

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What we’ve been up to

The last year or so has been very busy for the scientists at the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics with new scientists joining the research group, having productive workshops, and learning and engaging with other scientists around the globe.

Here’s a brief update of what they’ve been up to.

In August 2017...

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What is the Origin of Spin?

By: Nassim Haramein, 2004

Ask the question, “What is the origin of the rotation or spin of all objects from galaxies, suns and planets to atoms and subatomic particles?” – and you may...

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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 travelled to the Royal Society in England to...

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