Nassim Haramein

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Nassim Haramein (born November 20, 1962) is a Swiss-born self trained scientist who claims to have developed a unified field theory based on the origin of spin/angular momentum defined as a "spacetime torque" which is integral to his "Holofractographic Universe". He has termed this unification theory, developed with physicist Elizabeth Rauscher, the "Haramein-Rauscher metric" and claims it is a new solution to Einstein’s Field Equations that incorporates torque and Coriolis effects in "plasma dynamics" interacting with a polarized geometric structured vacuum. Further, he and Dr. Rauscher have developed a "Scaling Law for Organized Matter", which characterizes all matter from subatomic to galactic and universal size as various size black holes. Haramein also claims to have discovered a specific geometric array that is fundamental to creation, and the foundation for his version of the unified field theory. Most of what Haramein has claimed has not been exposed to peer review and in turn main stream science. Many of the ideas Haramein offers in his presentations to the general public are widely considered pseudoscience.

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