GROUNDBREAKING PAPER MAY FULFILL EINSTEIN’S VISION OF UNIFIED PHYSICS
Kilauea, Hawaii May 2, 2013
Hawaii Institute of Unified Physics is excited to announce Director of Research Nassim Haramein’s paper entitled “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” has been published in the open peer review journal Physical Review and Research International at ScienceDomain International. In this new manuscript, Nassim Haramein takes a new approach to fulfill Einstein’s vision of unified physics through simple geometric and algebraic reductions. He generates a geometric solution to quantum gravity utilizing a generalized holographic principle for a complete unification from the quantum to the cosmological scale. Utilizing his generalized holographic principle, he “pixilates” the event horizon of a black hole with Planck-scale spheres and then relates the ratio of spheres on the surface area to the inner volume, arriving at the exact solution to Einstein’s general relativity, or the gravitational Schwarzschild solution of a black hole.
Chris Almida, Executive Director of the Resonance Project Foundation says “the incredible part is that it’s exactly correct -not an approximation and that he took this new quantized solution to gravity, applied it to the quantum world to predict the exact charge radius of a proton.” On January 25th, the Paul Scherrer Institute proton accelerator in Switzerland released a new muonic measurement for the size of the proton, less than a month after he sent the paper to the library of congress. Chris continues to say, “Nassim’s prediction was confirmed and is exactly right (within the margin of error of the experiment) where the standard model theory is off by a significant amount.”
Haramein, who has been passionately pursuing unified physics for the past 30 years, says “we expect this discovery to have a significant impact on the direction of physics as we know it. Quantum gravity is the bridge between relativity and quantum mechanics, the revolution which Einstein began and the revolution which physicists have been attempting to complete ever since.”
In the Meaning of Relativity, Einstein states, “One can give good reasons why reality cannot at all be represented by a continuous field. From the quantum phenomena it appears to follow with certainty that a finite system of finite energy can be completely described by a finite set of numbers (quantum numbers). This does not seem to be in accordance with a continuum theory and must lead to an attempt to find a purely algebraic theory for the representation of reality.” Could Haramein’s new geometric and algebraic approach be the next step in accomplishing Einstein’s vision?