New “Connected Universe” Theory Could Pave the Way to Unlimited Energy Resource

connected-universeA new paper on the theory of gravity published last week could revolutionize the world as we know it by demonstrating – through basic algebraic and geometric equations – the existence of a new energy reservoir: the spacetime.

It may sound like Star Trek, but the prospect of unlimited, free energy actually isn’t a pipe dream. Nassim Haramein, Director of Research at the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics (HIUP) is the author of the paper that has been validated and published in the peer review journal, Physical Review and Research International.

His “Connected Universe” theory says everything in the universe is connected – from the smallest to the largest, through a unified understanding of gravity.

“Remember that matter is made up of 99.9 percent space,” Haramein said. “Quantum field theory states that the structure of spacetime itself, at the extremely small level, vibrates with tremendous intensity. If we were to extract even a small percentage of all the energy held within the vibrations present in the space inside your little finger, it would represent enough energy to supply the world’s needs for hundreds of years. This new discovery has the potential to open up access and harness that energy like never before, which would revolutionize life as we know it today.”

A bold prediction about the charge radius of the proton is at the basis of Haramein’s Connected Universe theory. His prediction has been recently verified by the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland, where scientists actually measured it and confirmed Haramein’s supposition.

“Protons are the primary building blocks of our universe – they are at the center of every atom and therefore are everywhere and in everything,” said Chris Almida, Executive Director of the Resonance Project Foundation, parent organization of HIUP. “It is critical that we accurately understand proton structure if we are to even begin to understand the ‘connected universe.’ Nassim’s prediction was confirmed and is exactly right (within the margin of error of the experiment), whereas the Standard Model theory is off by a significant amount.” Almida continued, “If Nassim’s theory is correct, insight into solving some of mankind’s most prevalent problems could be within our grasp.”

Filmmaker Malcolm Carter did a 20-minute documentary to show Haramein’s ideas in a fashion that’s easy to understand by non-scientists. The trailer below has been originally posted on resonance.is:

It looks to me that little by little, scientific theory is starting to merge with what pseudo-scientific theories have been saying all along: everything is connected, what you do here can have an impact on the other side of the universe and so on. It’s worth keeping an eye on this realm, even if you’re skeptical about this kind of stuff. The next groundbreaking, Einstein-magnitude theorist could be just around the corner.

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  • ActualPhysicsMajor

    ” Protons are the primary building blocks of our universe – they are at the center of every atom and therefore are everywhere and in everything”
    except protons are not in empty space, neutron matter, antimatter, light, electrons. I would say energy is the building block of the universe as energy can manifest itself as light of any wavelength or any type of mass. This guy’s “science” makes me ashamed to inhabit the same piece of stellar debris.

  • Janet

    I was quite interested in the website until just now.
    This article seemed interesting until a quick search reveals lack of credibility for Haramein.
    Without a strong physics background I had to do some searching for more credible information.
    A Google scholar search doesn’t produce any interesting research by Haramein.

  • ATOMMIX

    @Joe Matthis  That’s good thinking !¬ and i have what your talking about email me [email protected]

  • Joe Matthis

    Been thinking… since every particle in this universe is being influenced by where it is (position in space) by everything around it then each particle   holds and transmits this state in the form of what I would call a reality wave. Think about the universe as more solid or densely packed space. When one particle vibrates this information is transmitted to the next particle through proximity. Now as the signal travels it is changed or corrupted by the state of the next particle and the information is added to. Seems that if you could do the math and unlock the rate of change in the information you could eliminate the over burden and peer into any point in the universe. Kinda like ripples in a pond being traced back to the source. This would explain why we do not hear older races in the universe, they are using something quite different to communicate also this would eliminate the need to travel to far away places in the universe. You simply tune your receiver to a particle in a far away planet or galaxy and you can see everything going on there. The information is there, its always been there we’re just not listening yet. Of course it could all just be science fiction but perhaps time will tell.

  • AlexSimmonds

    “His prediction has been recently verified by the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland, where scientists actually measured it and confirmed Haramein’s supposition.” – This is false. Please contact the Paul Scherrer Institute.
    Of all the academic physicists with professional research experience on the charge radius of the proton, you will find none who would suggest that the work at PSI verified any of the claims in Haramein’s paper or in this video. Indeed you will find none who would suggest that Haramein’s paper has any scientific content at all. Please contact as many as you like.
    The publishers of Haramein’s paper are ScienceDomain International. They are known ‘predatory publishers’ who own lookalike scientific journals in which publication can be arranged for a fee. 
    The suggestion that this valid science rather than a promotional exercise for Haramein’s institution is somewhat misguided.

  • PatrickLefebvre

    Oh no! He’s discovered the Rho technology! We must stop him…

  • DougAlder
    • OvidiuSandru

      DougAlder I don’t know… how about the HIUP? He’s a director there…

  • EdwardMacGuire

    I’m sure someone will figure a way to use it as a weapon.

    • OvidiuSandru

      EdwardMacGuire Why not? God, the root of all good things has been used as a weapon… this one would be a breeze.

  • Joe Matthis

    I’ve always said that we swim in a vast abundance of energy, it’s always been there. The real question is will we survive long enough to utilize it? The idea of everything being connected is one that can yield many areas of advancement you just have to think about it. Instant communication over light years of distance has recently peaked my interest, with a simple understanding that everything is connected one just needs to look in the right place to retrieve the information. Think about it.

    • OvidiuSandru

      @Joe Matthis what’s interesting is you don’t actually obey the laws of physics if you can “surf” the fabric of spacetime… that’s the coolest thing ever… it would change everything from the roots. I don’t know if we’re prepared for this.

      • Joe Matthis

        OvidiuSandru  Change is never a welcomed result, our whole world is currently trying to maintain the status qoe which is not possible. As far as physics is concerned we have an understanding based solely upon our point of observation, this polarizes our view and means we only see part of the picture. 96% of our universe as we see it is beyond our understanding so obeying the law of physics is relative. The laws that exist will not change but will apply to a set conditions governing that point in reality. That’s why we can’t see a unifying theory yet because we don’t currently understand where all the pieces are. We are making progress.