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Nassim Haramein's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole. Haramein's solution resulted from studies of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world, and may lead to some of the most important discoveries in written history.

Audio

  • "Frontiers of Physics" with Nassim Haramein

    Nassim's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole.

    • Teleseminars
    • 2006-12-13
    • 01:06:32
    Topics:
    Physics
  • "Resonance, Black Holes, and the Frontiers of Physics" with Nassim Haramein (excerpt)

    Nassim's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole.

    • Shorts
    • 2006-12-13
    • 00:10:25
    Topics:
    Physics
  • "Crossing the Event Horizon" with Nassim Haramein (part 1 of 2)

    Nassim Haramein's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole.

    • Lectures
    • 2005-07-06
    • 01:18:15
    Topics:
    Physics
  • "Crossing the Event Horizon" Nassim Haramein (part 2 of 2)

    Nassim Haramein's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole.

    • Lectures
    • 2005-07-06
    • 00:15:13
    Topics:
    Physics

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