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To Infinity and Beyond: Transcending our Limitations
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Nassim Haramein

We are very pleased to welcome scientist Nassim Haramein as our February 2011 Author of the Month. Born in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1962, Nassim Haramein from as early as nine years old was developing the basis for a unified hyperdimensional theory of matter and energy, which he eventually called the Holofractographic Universe theory. He has spent most of his life researching the fundamental geometry of hyperspace.

Combining this knowledge with a keen observation of nature, he discovered a specific geometric array that is fundamental to creation. His unification theory, known as the Haramein–Rauscher Metric (a new solution to Einstein's field equations that incorporates torque and Coriolis effects), and his recent paper "The Schwarzschild Proton" lay down the basis of what could be a fundamental change in our current understandings of physics and consciousness.

In the past 20 years, Mr Haramein has directed research teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians and otherscientists. He founded a non-profit organisation, The Resonance Project Foundation, where as Director of Research he continues exploring unification principles and their implications.

The foundation is actively developing a research park in Hawai'i which combines science, sustainability and green technology.

Nassim Haramein has been giving lectures and seminars on his theory for more than 10 years.

For more information and to contact Nassim Haramein, visit http://www.theresonanceproject.org.

This article originally appeared in Nexus Magazine.

The Universe is at once infinitely large and infinitely small, is organised according to a holographic fractal scalar arrangement, and may well consist of black holes even at the subatomic level

Exploring the Nature of Reality

Have you ever wondered about the structure of reality? Where did it come from? How did it get here? And how did it self-organise to result in my observing it? These are fundamental enquiries that most people have asked themselves at some point in life. They might have thought of these questions in many different ways, perhaps not exactly as stated above, but most people have wondered about the source of existence, about a beginning and an end or an eternal continuous dynamic.

From an early age, these questions felt to me as most worthy of investigation, and in a certain way my earlier adventures in the various sports industries became tools that I could use to investigate the reality I am in, my interaction with it, and my capacity to modify it or at least push it to the extreme. And to the extremes I pushed it: whether it was skiing, climbing or deep-sea diving, my tendency was to see how far I could push the edge of the structure of reality by my intent and capacity to overcome physical limitations. It was a test of mind over matter, and in every case I felt that a resonance field could be established with the structure of reality— what athletes typically call "the zone"— where, as best I can describe it, I felt a flow, a type of harmony with all the various dynamics I was encountering in these extreme situations.

Whether it was the forces involved, such as gravitational, or the sensations of the material world feeding back information to my body and my body responding to it—such as the fine edge of my ski slicing through an icy surface, or the sensations as the tips of my fingers conformed to sharp crystals while I climbed a thousand-foot rock face—these moments of high communion with nature taught me that there must be a fundamental relationship. I eventually came to describe this as a feedback in the structure of space-time which included this sense of complete integration within the wheelworks of nature that I was experiencing as well as the self- organising properties of the material world which I could clearly observe everywhere in the natural environment where highly organised and complex systems can be found

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