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    As good a listen as any to take a breather from the virus manure.

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    Bullseye,

    Nassim Haramein.

    Coming from a different perspective, one that I'm experiencing.

    Hang on to your neurons...Theoretical Physicist Nassim Haramein takes us on a ride into black holes manifesting within us, how synchronicity works from a scientific perspective and the imminence of tapping into the Zero Point Field energy to transform our world from one end to the other.





    Nassim Haramein has spent more than 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology and chemistry as well as anthropology and archeology.

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

    Haramein’s findings are based on a fundamental geometric quantization of spacetime, formalizing a unification between the quantum scale and cosmological-sized objects, including the universe itself. Haramein's seminal paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” was published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International in 2013. Utilizing a generalized holographic principle, the paper predicted a precise value of the charge radius of the proton which disagreed with the Standard Model by 4%. This prediction was later confirmed by a team of scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute utilizing muons in a proton accelerator. The measurement has since been validated by the adjusted 2018 CODATA value of the proton RMS charge radius.
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    This is fascinating. I have not heard of Nassim Haramein before. He is merging spirituality with science. I will be listening to this again as well as looking for more of his videos and articles. A lot of what he says is joining up the dots for me.

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    Nassim Haramein's research is very interesting. He truly is linking science and spitituality.

    About Nassim Haramein

    https://www.resonancescience.org

    Founder of the Resonance Science Foundation Nassim Haramein has spent more than 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology and chemistry as well as anthropology and archeology.

    His work is truly worth a look. For me it explains so much as to what I've experienced.

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    Nassim Haramein - Sacred Geometry and Unified Fields

    This was my introduction to Nassim.
    Beyond my ability to understand fully but I love the way he explains.
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    Chris,

    Thank you.

    His website page is the most uplifting scientific website page, I've ever encountered.
    Talk about resonance!
    You see, I've experienced my chakras explode and turn into black holes with my auric bodies dissapearing. This has been very difficult to explain and at times to understand .....but Nassim is explaining.....with science.
    I'm also experiencing black holes actually on earth. I've found a few. Again not easy to explain from a traditional, scientific viewpoint but Nassim is providing some understanding for me.
    These black holes (inner/outer), I'm convinced are our interface with Source/God/creator/all that is.

    Oh....message for EFO. following on from previous posts....Nassim is restructuring water and he has created ARK tools. You maybe interested.

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    Short and to the point..........interesting.


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    An interesting article from Firefox's Pocket:

    Black Holes proven to eventually release all captured information.

    Long and detailed report on 'virtual wormhole connections' that 'mirror' the entanglement principle that allow physicists to delve into the possible mechanism that converts the information in a black hole into decipherable information before its dissolution (before it evaporates away as Hawking's radiation). Interesting phase transition within the black hole, due to quantum entanglement principles, requires a boundary layer to form within the black hole that is entangled with the Hawking radiation 'expelled' from it. A quality called 'quantum entropy' increases, entangling more of the expelled information and reinforcing the secondary boundary within. The 'quantum pressure' continues to rise for a time but soon reaches what is called the Page limit, reversing the effect as the hole evaporates further. When the black hole is completely dissolved, the quantum entropy drops to zero.


    https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-b...=pocket-newtab


    Yet for all its efforts and the hype, the problem is there is still the requirement of a 'secret tunnel', the properties and mechanisms of which are not known or understood...that point to a more base reality that gives rise to this one, its properties defying all modern physical laws.
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    Starts at 6:00


    Physicist Nassim Haramein joins Freeman and Barnet for a wild conversation about reality. This is a brilliant, pragmatic discussion, that references Nassim’s Holofractographic Universe Theory – a term that invites a new possibility for understanding reality. Is it possible that vacuum is the key to life – that all matter is appearing and disappearing at the speed of light and that we are vacuum? What if the center of every proton is a mini-black hole with nearly infinite amounts of energy? What if everything in the universe is connected at its core? Can we begin to see the fractal elements, patterns and sacred geometry in nature as a more profound illustration of who and what we really are? Beauty is the key to breaking through the confusion and contradictions that inhibits conventional thinking. “Look for beauty and you will find the truth”, tends to be the guiding principle that directed the attention of this amazing guest – and whether each of us understands the physics or not almost becomes irrelevant, the wisdom in this principle of seeking out beauty can be practically applied to all of our lives to improve life, in general.



    Uplifting discussion.

    If the recent positive timeline does not get hijacked, then maybe we are in for a paradigm shift?

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    Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj also perceived that we were blackholes. He died in the 1980's. Science is now proving it.



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    This is truly a wonderful find.
    Thank you.
    There are experiencers of this within and I am one.
    Science is now meeting spirituality.

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