WHAT IS RESONANCE PHYSICS?

the MAINSTREAM modelS of physics ARE flawed and does not reach far enough to address the many problems facing humanity today

Resonance physics accurately models the way the universe works at every scale and reconciles the existing contradictions between the mainstream models of quantum physics (atomic level) and the theory of relativity (cosmological level).

This unified model understands that the universe filled with an electric field that surrounds all matter and, even permeates the “vacuum of space”.  Our breakthrough technologies utilize and harness this field to create the energy, health and agricultural solutions that will enable our world to thrive.

Current models of physics cannot answer these questions:

  • How does a magnet defy gravity and produce more work than energy it consumes?

  • How do crystal radios work without a power supply?

  • How can the temperature of space between the earth and sun be -450⁰ F if the sun heats the earth?

  • How is the nuclei of every atom spinning at near the speed of light without external power?

  • How can a school of sardines be a few miles long yet turn in unison at the exact same instant?

  • How can the outcome of many nuclear or biological experiments change based on the observer?

Resonance Physics answers these mysteries and is being validated through peer-reviewed papers published by associates of Resonant Technologies Group, such as The Resonance Science Foundation and other global researchers. The Resonance Science Foundation is a current leader in this research.


Origins of Resonance Physics

Not surprisingly, these principles were researched and considered obvious by great minds such as Pythagoras as far back as 500 BC. They were later expressed by Sir Isaac Newton, as his newly released writings communicate his true thoughts of the fundamental structure of the universe.

Even Einstein, the father of the theory of relativity, was looking for a “unified theory” towards the end of his life, that could explain both the quantum and cosmological physics.

Nikola Tesla also openly shared his experiences and findings in this field of physics. Considering Mr. Tesla is responsible for developing many of the technologies we use today, all based on these fundamental principles, it is astonishing more thought and awareness of this topic is not awarded in the science and technology fields. Tesla developed over 100 patents based on these understandings.


Nassim Haramein

Nassim Haramein is the leading thought-leader on Resonance Physics today. He has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry, as well as anthropology and ancient civilizations.

These studies lead Haramein to groundbreaking theories, published papers and patented inventions in unified physics, which are now gaining worldwide recognition and acceptance.

Haramein’s findings are focused on a fundamental geometry of space that connects us all; from the quantum and molecular scale to cosmological objects in the Universe. In Haramein’s paper, Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, a prediction of the charge radius of the proton was confirmed with greater accuracy than any other theoretical framework. An experiment performed in 2013 by a team of scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute, confirmed the prediction.

In 2004, Haramein founded the Resonance Project Foundation, (now the Resonance Science Foundation) where as the Director of Research he leads physicists, mathematicians and engineers in exploring unification principles and their implications in our world today and for future generations.

Haramein’s most recent paper, Resolving the Vacuum Catastrophe: A Generalized Holographic Approach, addresses the ~122 orders of magnitude discrepancy between the vacuum energy density at the cosmological scale and the vacuum density predicted by quantum field theory. This disagreement is known as the cosmological constant problem or the “vacuum catastrophe”. A less technical summary can be found here.