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WhiteLove
6th September 2015, 21:13
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seah
6th September 2015, 23:06
Everything he says is worth a listen. Thanks for sharing.

Johnny
7th September 2015, 07:22
Thank you, WhiteLove. IMO Nassim Haramein is a True Teacher.

Johnny :)

greybeard
7th September 2015, 08:30
I have listened to Haramein for a few years and while I do not have the training to fully understand what he is saying, I do appreciate the way he does put across his ideas. True or not, I can not say but I believe that he is sincere and the little I do understand makes sense to me.

Thanks for posting this WhiteLove

Chris

IChingUChing
7th September 2015, 13:11
I've never posted a view for the purposes of balance before and I want to apologise in advance to WhiteLove in case this seems in any way hurtful - it certainly isn't intended that way.

I should also caveat this by saying that I also am not a physicist (A Level physics was as far as I got). If there are physicists out there who can show his work and conclusions are correct, that would certainly put a smile back on my face!!!

I used to loooooove listening to Nassim Haramein and I certainly spent many, many, maaaaaaannny hours doing this. But at some point, I started to question what he was saying and if he had some major award for best paper why he wasn't better known (it turns out that award was for the best paper at a computing systems conference and it was awarded by others at the same conference and was not in the strict sense, "peer reviewed").

I decided I should research more as we should all be operating on the "don't believe anything, question everything" premise. I started looking for criticism of his work and unfortunately (as I really really wanted it to be genuine and a break-through, etc, etc) there is a whole lot of it out there.

For example:

What's so misleading about Nassim Haramein?

http://azureworld.blogspot.de/2010/06/whats-so-misleading-about-nassim.html#s1

A look at Nassim's response to this blog

http://azureworld.blogspot.de/2010_07_01_archive.html


What do physicists on Quora think about Nassim Harramein and The Resonance Project?

http://www.quora.com/What-do-physicists-on-Quora-think-about-Nassim-Harramein-and-The-Resonance-Project

Nassim Haramein: genius or fraud? Flaws in theory.

http://www.psychonaut.com/general-psychonautics/39577-nassim-haramein-genius-fraud-flaws-theory.html



There's more out there if you want to look for it.

For me, as I work in a creative field, I can still enjoy listening to the likes of Nassim Haramein or Marko Rodin but rather looking at it as creative "art" or creative language (science fiction is maybe a good description:Angel:). I enjoy where my thinking goes when I listen to them but I am not at all convinced any more that Haramein is talking advanced science as he claims and it is for those who are interested in science that I think it is important to draw attention to this.

Sorry if that seems like a downer for anyone. :raining::blushing:

Sunny-side-up
7th September 2015, 13:18
Nassim Haramein is a true and much needed in tune to these times mind and presence!

I totally resonate to his views/teachings

So glad he is here!

Nice post.

Paul
7th September 2015, 17:19
What's so misleading about Nassim Haramein?

http://azureworld.blogspot.de/2010/06/whats-so-misleading-about-nassim.html#s1
Nice :).

My earlier posts debunking Nassim Haramein's physics include this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?11154-Charles-comments-about-a-False-Flag-ET-threat-event-important-new-information&p=100775&viewfull=1#post100775), this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?17540-Nassim-Haramein-Fraud-or-Sage&p=189833&viewfull=1#post189833), this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41752-Nassim-Haramein-Fraud-or-Sage&p=440807&viewfull=1#post440807), and this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?59067-New-connected-universe-theory-offers-alternative-explanation-of-gravity-and-the-source-of-mass--Nassim-Haramein-&p=673890&viewfull=1#post673890).

As I concluded at the end of the first of these four posts:
I can't speak competently to his spiritual awareness, being a novice in such matters myself. But his mathematics and physics are fraudulent crocks of blarney.
===

The above is my personal opinion, and to the reasonable best of my ability, is not reflected in the performance of my duties here as an Admin. Some more spiritually aware members of this forum graciously tolerate one of their Admins being a spiritual dimwit, and I do my reasonable best to extend the same courtesy to those who are impressed by the (so-called) physics and mathematics of Nassim Haramein. We each have a right to be fools, in our own times and ways, and I exercise that right far more diligently than I exercise my body <grin>.

Johnny
7th September 2015, 18:18
There's more out there if you want to look for it.



How the heck did he found out of that: http://www.businessinsider.com/stephen-hawking-new-black-hole-theory-has-a-big-snag-2015-8?IR=T

Yes it's theories and many times they forget to say that it is theories, but it is repeated so many times that people believe in it, and for scientists, it is often implied, but is still taken for granted.

I can follow Nassim Haramein, not the others for the most.

Johnny :)

BTW thanks to IChingYChing and Paul for their decent way to disagree !

Tyy1907
7th September 2015, 18:31
Everything he says is worth a listen. Thanks for sharing.

The physics stuff makes my head spin no matter who's saying it. I found his orion/pyramid video good. A real good introduction to the great pyramids, sphinx, the orion connection, etc. Stressing the magnitude of achievement these amazing structures truly are even by today's standards.

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greybeard
7th September 2015, 18:38
What's so misleading about Nassim Haramein?

http://azureworld.blogspot.de/2010/06/whats-so-misleading-about-nassim.html#s1
Nice :).

My earlier posts debunking Nassim Haramein's physics include this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?11154-Charles-comments-about-a-False-Flag-ET-threat-event-important-new-information&p=100775&viewfull=1#post100775), this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?17540-Nassim-Haramein-Fraud-or-Sage&p=189833&viewfull=1#post189833), this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?41752-Nassim-Haramein-Fraud-or-Sage&p=440807&viewfull=1#post440807), and this (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?59067-New-connected-universe-theory-offers-alternative-explanation-of-gravity-and-the-source-of-mass--Nassim-Haramein-&p=673890&viewfull=1#post673890).

As I concluded at the end of the first of these four posts:
I can't speak competently to his spiritual awareness, being a novice in such matters myself. But his mathematics and physics are fraudulent crocks of blarney.
===

The above is my personal opinion, and to the reasonable best of my ability, is not reflected in the performance of my duties here as an Admin. Some more spiritually aware members of this forum graciously tolerate one of their Admins being a spiritual dimwit, and I do my reasonable best to extend the same courtesy to those who are impressed by the (so-called) physics and mathematics of Nassim Haramein. We each have a right to be fools, in our own times and ways, and I exercise that right far more diligently than I exercise my body <grin>.

Paul you are not graciously tolerated by me, you are much appreciated and If I ever had a challenge on Avalon you would be the first I would turn to for advice and assistance.
Your general demeanour and humour is in fact measure of a decent nature, which is a spiritual aspect.
Spiritual is as spiritual does--it has really very little to do with card carrying in your face "Im spiritual." or any belief for that matter.
So there you go.

Best wishes
Chris

Johnny
9th September 2015, 10:50
I took time to watch this video, and it was worth it. I have for several years been of the view that some scientists have a religion and it is called the "Big Bang" There is nothing about Nassim Haramein in it.

In the 'Plasma part' there is a Norwegian scientist who speak Norwegian, and if you put subtitles on, it's pure nonsense, ( I have no problems understanding Norwegian, I should just try it :) ) but it is not very much he is on.

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To get an idea of what it's about, you can see some of the comments.

Johnny :)