Nassim Haramein

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.

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.



Haramein founded the Resonance Science Foundation in 2004 where a team of researchers and educators have developed a formal unified view of physics. These findings have implications and applications to revolutionary technologies that transform people’s lives and the world as a whole, helping to overcome some of the largest challenges facing the world today.

In 2014 Haramein launched The Resonance Academy, a unified physics online learning platform educating thousands of students from more than 80 countries.

Haramein established Torus Tech LLC in 2015, a private laboratory where as the CEO & Executive Director of Research and Development, he leads teams of scientists and engineers dedicated to the development of resonance-based technologies. Torus Tech applies Haramein’s physics theories to patented resonance technologies that focus on quantum vacuum energy extraction and gravitational effects. 

The Connected Universe, a feature length documentary film, released in 2016 and narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart, was produced based on Haramein’s discoveries and their potential impact on generations to come.

In 2017 Haramein launched ARK Crystal LLC, a subsidiary of Torus Tech. ARK crystals are a ground-breaking technology that produce life-enhancing benefits resulting from an increased energy-coupling with the structure of the quantum vacuum.

Haramein is currently guiding the Foundation, speaking to audiences worldwide, and continuing his groundbreaking research.

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Haramein’s findings are focused on a fundamental geometry of space that connects us all; from the quantum and molecular scale to cosmological objects in the Universe.

In 2015 Haramein opened a laboratory where he serves as the Executive Director of Research and Development. Here, Haramein leads teams of scientists and engineers applying his revolutionary theories and patents to resonance technologies that focus on vacuum energy and gravitational effects. Production of such technologies could provide indispensable energy and open up space exploration in a completely viable and safe manner.


Resonance Science Foundation

Resonance Science Foundation is a global research and education non-profit organization (501c3) committed to the unification of physics and science as a whole.

Founded by physicist Nassim Haramein in 2004, the RSF team of researchers and educators have developed a formal unified view of physics. These findings have implications and applications to revolutionary technologies that transform people’s lives and the world as a whole, helping to overcome some of the largest challenges facing the world today.

RSF also provides educational opportunities through the Resonance Academy, an online learning platform and international learning community that empowers people to gain a coherent and fundamental understanding of the structure, mechanics and dynamics of the universe.

Quantum Gravity and Holographic Mass

In Haramein’s paper, Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, a prediction of the charge radius of the proton was confirmed with greater accuracy than any other theoretical framework. An experiment performed in 2013 by a team of scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute, confirmed the prediction.

Haramein's paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” was published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International. This paper covered his precise calculations on the holographic mass/charge radius of the proton. His findings related to the fundamental physics driving gravitational effects from the cosmological scale to the quantum scale has massive implications on the understanding of the source of mass in our universe. Read More >

This theory was later scientifically confirmed when the proton radius was determined through the measurement of muonic hydrogen by an international team lead by Aldo Antognini and carried out at the Paul Scherrer Institute. The significant variance between the results of Antognini and the standard model is referred to as the proton radius puzzle, which can be resolved with Nassim’s theory. Read More >


Comments from Other Scientists

Dr. Peter Rowlands, Ph.D.


“I recently attended a Consortium organized at the Resonance Project, involving ten selected participants. I have attended many conferences over a period of more than thirty years, but this one was quite exceptional for the fact that the participants, though coming from very different directions, found such synergy between their different viewpoints that discoveries were being made in real time, as a result of the extraordinary cross-fertilization that developed. The work of Nassim Haramein, Elizabeth Rauscher and their colleagues at the Project opens up the possibilities of explaining phenomena on many scales, through its significant insights into gravity, the Coriolis force and a related scaling law, and its mathematically rigorous approach.

It was immediately obvious to me that there were important connections with my own work in gravity, quantum physics, and fundamental mathematical structures, as outlined in my recently-published book Zero to Infinity (World Scientific, 2007), and the same was true for my collaborators, Vanessa Hill and Peter Marcer, and the other participants. It was clear that we were in a strong position to set up collaborations which would create results that none of us would achieve working in isolation. This is really significant ground-breaking science in many areas – physics, cosmology, geology, mathematics, biology – and truly interdisciplinary in its scope. Those who, like myself, were first-time visitors to the Project, were enormously impressed by the vision and drive which has made it possible. The Project is a unique idea, and is already making a significant contribution to ideas at the frontier of human knowledge.”

Prof. Louis Kauffman, Ph.D.


“I have worked together with Nassim in the Sequoia Symposium – a multi-disciplinary seminar, over the course of four years. Nassim has been doing his independent research for fifteen years. Nassim is an expert on the polyhedral geometry of space and he is working on interrelations of physics, astrophysics, geometry and philosophy. He brings tremendous energy and creativity to this work… Nassim is a unification theorist and cosmologist and expert in the geometry of space. I recommend him very highly.” (2001)

“I am writing this letter in behalf of Nassim Haramein and his research project. I had the pleasure of participating in a research seminar on interdisciplinary problems in physics and mathematics organized by him. This included a tour of the research facility and an opportunity to converse about the scientific problems involved. I am very impressed with this work and its potential for both specific applications and theoretical progress. I recommend this work and Nassim Haramein’s endeavor very highly indeed.” (2008)

Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D.


“Over the past several years I have had the fortunate opportunity to work with Nassim Haramein. Haramein’s research is very complimentary to my own, and he has vastly extended research that I had conducted over a number of years at the University of California at Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. For over three decades I have been working on a Theory of Fundamental Processes to cosmological models. This work involves an approach to unification of the quantum theory and relativistic physics. Certain additional concepts in my work required further clarification and advancement.

Nassim Haramein has conducted similar research for number of years and has provided vital advancements in the unification macro cosmological and micro phenomenon. This research has provided highly significant advances, which satisfies the proper conditions from early universe to the current universal state. Haramein’s research presents new and major concepts that lead to a new scaling law from cosmological, galactic, stellar and other x-ray emitting systems, such as the atom. It extends my research and resolves some of the inconsistencies in my work. Haramein’s work involves vast new progress towards a new approach of a fundamental and coherent unified cosmological model. Recent observational astrophysical data, which he and I have researched strongly, supports the new model that Haramein has presented. These are also of interest to me and my research, and I am continuing my involvement with the Resonance Project and Nassim Haramein’s research in the capacity of theoretical physicist, technologist and design consultant, for it is my view that these efforts are not only legitimate, but are crucial to the advancements of physics.”

Olivier Gutzwiller


“I started to know about Nassim Haramein’s Unified Field Theory as I was looking for alternatives to the Standard Model while at the time I was working at CERN. I was involved for 6 years in the engineering aspects of the ATLAS experiment, trying in parallel to find answers in my quest to understand universal laws of nature. I realized that the measurements obtained in high-energy experimentations have shown the presence of an oscillating field at a quantum level, which is also the Planck field that Nassim has referred to, only the interpretations are different. Haramein’s approach to science is unique; it proposes a very coherent model to the dynamics of nature at all scales, thus providing an explanation to observations made at a quantum level and to the problem of the missing mass in astrophysics. It guided me to seriously consider his work and the interesting results expressed in his papers, specifically the work on “Quantum Gravity and Holographic Mass”.

I have had the chance to know Nassim in person and was honoured to be involved with him at the Resonance Project Foundation during a period of 6 months. I totally acknowledge his competences in physics, the many connected disciplines, and a wide range of technologies. His willingness to analyze what led to our current understanding and his determination to bring a more appropriate vision of science are outstanding. The Resonance Project Foundation is a very innovative concept and organization to explore the frontiers of unified field physics. Haramein’s model is extremely important to consider as it describes the mechanism between gravity and information in the space-time manifold. Nassim Haramein inevitably appears to be one of the Greatest Minds of our current world. He is a thinker ahead of our time, his ability to pass knowledge and to stretch minds are fantastic. He is also a great human being and I have seen in him a scientist truly in his heart as I decided to go on my own path. The implications of this knowledge are bringing a new level of understanding to science and life, and will logically open the path for leading-edge technologies. I can only be appreciative for his courage to step forward with the information he shares.”

Dr. Amira Val Baker, Ph.D.


“I first heard of Nassim Haramein when I came across his paper ‘The Origin of Spin’. It was the first time I had read a scientific paper addressing this fundamental question which is generally ignored. This inspired me to study more of his papers and online conference presentations, which I found to be equally fascinating and thought provoking. The significance and ground-breaking nature of his research became evident with his latest paper ‘Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass’. In this paper he presents his quantized solution to gravity from which he successfully predicts the radius of the proton to within 0.00036 x 10-13cm of the 2013 muonic charge radius of the proton. This was a defining moment and validation of his theory. Moreover, his prediction is within 0.04% of the 2013 muonic charge radius, whereas the standard model is only within 4%.

The implications and applications of his quantized solution to gravity are intriguing to say the least, and I am definitely excited to apply them to my work as an astrophysicist. I was therefore delighted and honored to accept a research position with him. Since coming to work with Nassim Haramein and getting to know him, his genius and humble character are undeniable. He has great patience and is always encouraging, making him a great teacher and mentor.

I believe he is one of the greatest thinkers of our time and with his natural ability to easily share information, who knows what the future holds. We live in exciting times!”

Dr. Olivier Alirol, Ph.D.


“In a recent writing about the Standard Model, François Englert pointed out the still unknown link between the infinitely large (the astrophysics) and the infinitely small (the quantum world). During my studies and my years of research I was so many times confronted by this apparent paradox: a universe divided between two worlds, the one we see and experiment every day, and the invisible one, existing only within abstract probability theories. This apparent paradox felt so wrong until one day when I came across Nassim’s theories.

It was amazing to discover how the origin of everything could be explained in a very simple and geometric way. For the mass of the proton, the geometric model proposed by Nassim was not only beautiful but also even more accurate than the Standard Model. This illustrates so well how Nassim works. He is always calculating the order of magnitude of the variables, looking at the physical meaning of the equations, and quoting famous physicists or forgotten articles from the beginning of the 20th century. Those who works along him know so well the great care he has about the beauty of the equations and the accuracy of the calculation. Nassim has the same quality as many great physicists. He won’t stop searching until he finds the theory explaining everything.”

Dr. Ines Urdaneta, Ph.D.


As a woman, celebrations such as “woman day” (March 8, every year) seem awkward, like something is not quite right. We all come from wombs, i.e., from women, and yet we live in a world where women are considered less than men. This Woman Day is a very poor way of compensating or acknowledging a place that has been mistreated, bullied, abused, because somehow, for some unexplainable reason, something is misplaced, missing or exceeding, that prevents us from having a natural and fair realization of women. I feel a similar sensation concerning my desire to speak on behalf of a research fellow. I perceive the same circumstances when being compelled to give my opinion on Haramein’s work, because I don’t understand why experts on different scientific domains should speak out in name of a colleague as outstanding and even more than my common fellows.

Where is the connection between both apparent unrelated situations? Nassim’s theory is the first time I see a feminine approach on science. By feminine I mean, considering from first principles that which is not visible or expected to be there. By considering what other male approaches (let’s not forget that science is a predominant male construction) have underestimated and even neglected, that is, vacuum as a source of matter and consciousness, his theory unifies both micro and macro scales and provides a natural scalling law that is inclusive, not invasive or destructive. It is a sensible, mindful, considerate approach to nature that makes science a living organism thrived by synergy and feedback mechanisms, not just rules. As life itself. So, there is not a single doubt in my mind and in my heart that Nassim Haramein nailed it not because of his genius and urges to be the most intelligent guy in the room, but because he really wanted to understand, to feel what he was talking about, in order to share it with such generosity and humbleness that even a 4 year old girl or boy would immediately grasp it. Understanding or interpreting nature is a matter of mindfulness, awareness, of being capable of placing oneself in the place of others. It is a matter of empathy rather than intellectual exercise in math and logical processing. We are not machines. And for this new perspective provided by Haramein’s holofractographic approach, both in form and content, I am infinitely grateful as a human being, but mainly, as a woman. Woman and vacuum almost have the same sounds. By considering the importance of vacuum and its role on everything that is and will be, this theory acknowledges women and balance can finally be restored.

Dr. Johanna Deinert, MD


Being asked to write about Nassim, I first need to write about my connection to his work:
Confronted with the direct threat of nuclear fallout due to Chernobyl at the age of six, I realized the discrepancies in astrophysics and quantum theory early in life. I concluded, instead of dividing scientific disciplines and matter, it would be much more sustainable to understand the connective principles of life and our universe at different scales. During education I was fascinated about math and geometry, resonance frequencies and the harmony of phi ratio, but also had issues with standard theories and did not find any other hint to a connective principle. However, I chose to dedicate my studies to health and life, for I somehow knew someone else would take care of the unification problem in physics.

In 2009 I chose to cool down my career as transplant surgeon to dig deeper in the placebo/nocebo effects of my communication with patients, as well as the role of our heart for intuition and consciousness in general. This was when I finally learned about Nassim’s work and was happy to find him also struggling with all the issues I had in my school/university education. There it was: “A Universal Scaling Law for Organized Matter“. Providing the most accurate theory – as in “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass“ – to predict the charge radius of the Proton, which is in fact equivalent to the most crucial Hydrogen-Ion in living systems, I think his work is of uttermost importance for life sciences.

After completing the Delegate-Program in 2010 I helped to translate Nassim at his lectures in Germany. I witnessed Nassim’s passion for profound scientific explanations but also his open mindedness to think about issues outside of his topic. We had few but intense discussions about how to integrate the biological resolution into a “Theory of Everything“. He is well aware about how disconnected the current life sciences are from standard quantum- and astrophysics. I much appreciate his effort to circumspectly prepare the scientific framework to finally be able to describe how we as humans are embedded into our universal context. Last but not least I want to address his inspiring, modest and heartful personality.

Prof. Ashok Gangadean, Ph.D.


“I am pleased to give the strongest support for Nassim Haramein. I have known him for the past four years and believe that his unusual intellectual and personal gifts make him an important asset to higher education on a global scale. I have been colleagues with Nassim since his first presentation to the Sequoia Seminar… The Sequoia Seminar is a forum that brings together some of the most advanced and creative minds across diverse fields of research. When I first heard Nassim speak I was amazed at the breadth and scope of his vision and knowledge. The Sequoia Seminar is a rigorous exploration of the Logic of the Unified Field, the attempt to clarify the deeper missing foundations of knowledge across diverse disciplines.

It is clear that Nassim has advanced knowledge in the areas of Physics, Astrophysics, Geometry, Philosophy, Cosmology and Unified Theory. The long attempt to tap the deeper code of the Unified Field is one of the most significant research initiatives of the past century. And Nassim is clearly making a substantial contribution to the advancement of this depth of science and research. I was also impressed with the response of my colleagues to Nassim’s original ideas, in widely diverse fields ranging from Mathematics, Cosmology, Physics, Architecture, Biochemistry and Philosophy…I should add that Nassim is a gentle and humane person whose presence brings out the best in others. He is completely devoted to learning and to a selfless giving of his best to others. He is a gifted and valuable teacher.”

Prof. Elizabet Sahtouris, Ph.D.


“As an evolution biologist, professor and consultant, I have worked with various scientific tanks on the unification of scientific disciplines, new university curricula and Unified Theory in physics and cosmology. My familiarity with Mr. Haramein’s work came through his repeated invitations to present it in these situations, where he served as both speaker and discussant with many scientists and mathematicians, often of world renown, who dearly respected his work. As I had the opportunity to see his presentations and have private discussions with him over a period of about five years, I can testify not only to his competence in physics, mathematics, astronomy, cosmology and related fields, but to the tremendous amount of work he did in researching and formulating his evolving geometric theory of the origins of matter – a theory unusual in its coherence, self-consistency and confirmation by the latest astronomical observations. As a graduate school professor and in serving on Ph.D. committees, I have rarely seen so dedicated and hard-working a student as Mr. Haramein, who has done his work entirely on his own for fifteen years, thereby demonstrating tremendous motivation and achievement.”

Prof. Randolph Wesley Masters


“I have known Nassim Haramein … and we met due to our mutual background and affinity in the fields of geometry, physics, philosophy, and unification theory. I have attended many of his outstanding public presentations and we have done several public presentations of our mutual work together as well as participating in a multi-disciplinary unification theory group… Over the years we have shared an enormous amounts of private time together discussing the sciences. Of all of the scientists and philosophers I have met, including Nobel Prize winners, I have not found any of them to possess more knowledge of the unified field as comprehensively unified and accurate as the knowledge that Mr. Haramein effortlessly and meticulously knows and shares.

I spent seventeen straight years teaching at the university level (University of California, Santa Cruz, 1972 – 1981 and San Jose state University 1982 – 1989) where in addition to my usual and interdisciplinary teaching duties I coached undergraduate and graduate students who had interdisciplinary interests and talents. Some of these students had talents and interests that were almost beyond the university’s ability to serve as they either combined disciplines in a unique way or were beyond the current understanding in certain areas and even beyond the understanding of many of the faculty. Most of these students went on to complete their masters or doctorate degree and, according to follow up studies, were successful in the workforce. The reason I am sharing this is because, in all of these years, I don’t think I’ve met anyone with as much brilliant and insightful knowledge and at such a genius level of comprehension of the unified field as Nassim Haramein. If I were a member of his doctoral advisory board, I would have voted to award him a doctoral degree in unification theory and cosmology based on what he already knows and what he can currently document and communicate. In addition, I would have allowed him to skip most of the required courses, since much of his work makes them at least partially inaccurate on a number of key scientifically validated points. Many of the key points that Nassim Haramein made four years ago, some of which were viewed with skepticism or dismissed by national and international authorities, have since turned out to be totally accurate due to new scientifically proven evidence… The way things are going now, Nassim Haramein may turn out to be one of the foremost heroes in a field of study that can dramatically affect all of the other fields of study.”