How was the universe created? Are we and everything around us somehow connected as one? Why do we have a consciousness, and what is its effect on reality? Physicists have spent their careers searching for answers to these questions, from Galileo to Stephen Hawking. But many aspects of the structure of space and how it all works remain a mystery.
Albert Einstein's theory of relativity explains creation, gravity, and space-time, but a theory of how everything is unified eluded even him – until now. Building on Einstein's work, Nassim Haramein developed a Unified Field Theory based on research into ancient texts from around the world and patterns found using sacred geometry. Could his model of the universe change our understanding of the cosmos as we know it? The Black Whole documentary takes viewers on a journey into the connected universe.
Nassim Haramein is a physicist, inventor, and public speaker. He is best known for his work on unified physics, but his research spans multiple fields, including quantum physics, cosmology, and biology. He has published numerous papers and articles on these topics, including his renowned paper "The Schwarzschild Proton," which presents a new perspective on the nature of the proton. Haramein is also the founder of the Resonance Academy and Resonance Science Foundation.
Director: Janice Jensen Featuring: Nassim Haramein Instructor/Host: Nassim Haramein Audio Languages: English Release Date: March 29, 2011