Quantum Revolution: Einstein, Aether, And The Unified Field Theory


If you enjoy exploring the boundless aspects of quantum physics, you’ll love Nassim Haramein, founder of The Resonance Science Foundation and The Resonance Academy. Born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962, and now a resident of Holualoa, Hawaii, Nassim has spent a lifetime exploring the unified theories involving space, matter, mass, vacuums, dark energy, electromagnetism, and gravity. 

Haramein has studied cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry, anthropology, and ancient civilizations, which helped him construct his unique geometrical thesis known as The Unified Field Theory or The Haramein-Rauscher Metric, a new solution to Einstein’s Field Equations. 

Haramein’s postulation reveals and addresses some of the gaping holes in theoretical physics. (Hint: What happened to aether?)

Nassim Haramein’s Mission

As CEO & Executive Director of Research and Development for his company Torus Tech, Haramein leads various scientists and engineers in the exploration of different theories focused on spacetime, gravity, matter, ether, and quantum vacuum energy extraction.

In “Quantum Revolution,” his show on Gaia, Haramein reveals that in ancient knowledge, in ancient civilizations, and in ancient wisdom, there was a unified view. Most of these civilizations gathered around one simple principle; a principle that said that at the base of all creation there is a fundamental energy. The Chinese called it Chi, the Indians called it Prana, and the Egyptians called it Ka, and it was the source of all creation.

Haramein says, “Nothing could happen without that energy.”

In today’s scientific circles, every revelation is isolated. Segregated research camps are obsessively focused on their premises and rarely exchange information or co-create hypotheses together. This model is antithetical to the nature of the Universe. At its core, it’s artificial.

According to Haramein, instead of progressing toward a holistic understanding of how the universe’s aspects interrelate and interact, science has fallen into deaf factions. This “Silo Effect” has limited our perceptions about the causes and effects of cosmological events. As a result, we’ve lost touch with the threads that point to how quantum mechanisms affect consciousness and visa versa. 

While some call it The God Force, others, like Haramein, suggest that space is not empty; rather, it’s full to the brim with aether (also ether), a fluid or energy field required for the movement and transmission of electromagnetic fields and gravitational forces.

Once believed to be a farce, the existence of aether is an emerging trend in theoretical physics.

The basic concept is that aether allows for the continuum of interaction.

It fills all voids, trails like any fluid or gas, and has properties that allow for the Universe to expand.

As Haramein explains in Quantum Revolution, “There are 30-40 trillion cells, all functioning together perfectly. They divide at the rate of 2.5M cells per second, with 37,000 billion, billion chemical reactions every second. At 100 degrees Fahrenheit, any variance can topple our condition and result in a very bad day.” It’s in similar ways that our Universe is unified, complex, and interdependent.

Matter consists of 99.9999999 percent space. To be more precise, only 0.0000000000000000000042 percent of the Universe contains matter. While we might want to assume that space is empty, it’s not. It consists of an abundance of electromagnetic fields that are continuously interacting.

Further, we cannot find mass without space, and we cannot curve space without mass. These things interconnect through a dynamic, electromagnetic structure. It’s through these interactions that the Universe is continuously expanding.

The Cosmological Constant

To balance his algorithms on relativity, Einstein coined the term “cosmological constant.” He then set it to zero, which memorialized his early belief that the Universe is static. When Hubble observed and proved that the Universe is expanding, Einstein shelved his cosmological constant, possibly prematurely.

Scientists recently resurrected this idea to justify the concept of dark energy, which is akin to electric fields that fill space. 68% of the Universe is dark energy. 

No-one is sure why or how the cosmological constant is equal to the precise value that causes the acceleration of the Universe. Many agree this idea bridges the gaps between the globally accepted ideas found in Einstein’s theory of general relativity (gravity) and the latest quantum mechanics theories.

Quantum Fluctuation As The Cosmological Constant

A quantum vacuum fluctuation involves the temporary appearance of a particle within empty space. It’s akin to when a magician makes something appear out of nowhere. Many scientists believe that these fluctuations could serve as the cosmological constant. 

Since Einstein was embarrassed by his inclusion of the cosmological constant in his equations, its resurrection might have him celebrating!

The Unified Field Theory

Haramein believes that consciousness has an impact on matter. According to Haramein, consciousness, matter, space, and gravity influence each other within a unified, interactive field. This Unified Field Theory merges Einstein’s relativity theory with today’s most prescient concepts in quantum mechanics. 

Consciousness as a State of Matter

Spiritual masters have long believed that our collective consciousness is accessible, consistent, and dynamic. Vedic teachers throughout time have taught us that we can access the data connected to our experiences, relationships, and emotions via the Akashic Records, a vast library of life-related information. It is ideas like these that suggest to us that consciousness is quantifiable and as expansive as the universe. 

How, then, can we leave consciousness out of the equations related to quantum mechanics? If consciousness is present in all matter, and most importantly, all living beings, how could it not be inherent in space, matter, gravity, and time?

Consciousness research most often falls under neuroscience, which doesn’t have a definitive grip on the exponential abilities and value of consciousness. Otherwise, it wouldn’t tend to hold the view that consciousness requires properly functioning brain structures – because it doesn’t. Consciousness is eternal and continuously accessible, regardless of the manifestations or channels through which it expresses itself.

Max Tegmark, an MIT theoretical physicist, has explored consciousness as a unique state of matter, akin to a liquid or gas. Because there are many types of liquids, each with a unique molecular and physical structure, it might be assumed that consciousness functions similarly. Neuroscientists like Giulio Tononi, at the University of Wisconsin, have been working on this new approach to consciousness since 2008. 

While many have challenged Haramein’s work, it’s clear that he’s at the forefront of establishing new paradigms in quantum theory research. 

With thousands of scientists working in isolation, it’s clear that each is utilizing his or her insular definitions, each within specialized lexicons, and to the exclusion of related research. Thus, science has yet to unveil a comprehensive model involving masses, space, gravity, electromagnetism, galaxies, clusters, stars, universes, and temperatures.

Haramein and other scientists in this category appear to be on the verge of proving how each aspect functions and relates within a dynamic structure of quantum vacuum fluctuations. It’s an exciting time for theoretical physics and quantum mechanics.

Haramein’s patents include Device and Method for Simulation of Magnetohydrodynamics, Plasma Flow Interaction Simulator, Precision Cut High Energy Crystals, and Modular Frames for Arrangement and Orientation of Geometric Solids. 

Check out Haramein’s remarkable Quantum Revolution series on Gaia. Throughout the episodes, he explores The Copenhagen Interpretation, Blackbody Radiation, the Schwarzschild proton, the fundamental geometry of space, torque, and Coriolis effects, spinors, twistors, quaternions, holographic mass, and how it is all holistically connected through a unified field. It’s a profound offering that promises to educate, enthuse, and enlighten!

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A Massive Meteor Hit Earth Last Year; Almost No One Noticed

A massive meteor explosion over the Bering Sea three months ago went completely unnoticed until just now, when scientists reviewed low-frequency acoustic wave data picked up by global recording stations. The 32-foot diameter meteor exploded on Dec. 18, releasing 173 kilotons of energy – about 10 times that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.

This latest meteor explosion was the second largest impact in the past 30 years, coming in behind the Chelyabinsk meteor of 2013 which caused a number of injuries and was widely captured on video.

But unlike Chelyabinsk, this recent explosion took three months to be detected by a scientist studying infrasound data, which is inaudible to humans, but recorded by 16 monitoring stations around the world. The explosion is even being compared to the Tunguska event of 1908, during which a meteorite leveled an area of Siberia that included somewhere in the range of 80 million trees.

The explosion occurred in an incredibly remote area of the planet over an ocean where, luckily, no air traffic was passing through at that moment. But the fact that meteors this size with devastating potential, can enter the atmosphere almost undetected is a little unsettling.

While it wasn’t witnessed or officially recognized until now, footage from a Japanese weather satellite happened to capture an image of the explosion as it entered the atmosphere between Russia and Alaska.

The meteor explosion caught by the Japanese Himawari-8 satellite Simon Proud, University of Oxford/Japan Meteorological Agency


Scientists often refer to a meteorite this size as a city-buster due to its potential to level an entire city, and bolides this size tend to enter our atmosphere a few times per century.

Reassuringly, most of the larger asteroids floating in our general vicinity have been mapped out and are regularly monitored by scientists at various observatories – even if we don’t necessarily have the means to deflect them if they were on a crash course with Earth.

But these mid-size rocks are particularly troubling, especially as man-made space debris can lead to collisions and changes in trajectory.

The technology and cataloging of 90 percent of all near-Earth asteroids larger than 450 feet in diameter is underway, but may take several decades. But these are only the rare nation-busters that would wipe out an entire country; mapping out all of the smaller city-busters is something that hasn’t really been considered, if it’s even possible.

Seems like it might be time someone builds a machine learning algorithm to do that for us.


For more on near-miss asteroids check out this episode of Beyond Belief with Dan Durda:

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