Crossing the Event Horizon Nassim Haramein
I Ching Yin Yang
Geometrical Solution I Ching
After some 20 years of tireless dedication to his in depth research on unification, Nassim Haramein's most recent scientific paper, "The Schwarzschild Proton," just received an award at the University of Liege, Belgium during the 9th International Conference CASYS'09 (Computing Anticipatory Systems).
Chosen by a panel of 13 peer reviewers, the paper won the prestigious "Best Paper Award" in the field of "Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Relativity, Field Theory, and Gravitation." This significant paper marks a new paradigm in the world of quantum theory, as it describes the nuclei of an atom as a mini black hole, where protons are attracted to each other by gravitation rather than some mysterious undefined "strong force." This radical new view of the quantum world produces a unification of the forces and appropriately predicts measured values for the nucleon of atoms.
Much more work must be done to complete the picture, yet this simple paper is already producing remarkable results!
These obelisks, also called stelae, are known to be the tallest single pieces of stone ever quarried and erected in the ancient world. Their age and use is a complete mystery. Some scholars, extrapolating from ancient coins found at the base of the giant pillars, suggest that they may have been carved and erected around the beginning of the 4th century AD