Jamie Janover

William Brown is a biophysicist and research scientist for the Resonance Science Foundation where he performs theoretical and experimental research to better understand the physics of complex, self-organizing systems, particularly the biological system. Within the theoretical purview, this has revealed important new insights into the processes of biogenesis, evolution, biological intelligence and consciousness. In experimental and applied domains, this has potential applications in new health and wellness technologies, manufacturing, and agriculture. William is passionate about learning and considers that as a fundamental aspect of his work and life. His primary objective is to help bring forth new ideas and technologies to assist humanity and advance civilization.

William Brown




Curriculum Vitae 




Graduate Research Assistant University of Hawaii at Manoa2010-2012


M.S. in Biology, Applied Recombinant DNA Technology, New York University.   2010


B.S. in BiologyCellular and Molecular, Northern Arizona University.  2008


Professional Experience:

Microbial Genetics and Genomics Lab (MGGEN) - Northern Arizona University. Research Assistant: May 2007 – May 2008.

Research Technician: May 2008 – August 2008

Publications from research at MGGEN:

Foster, J.T., R.T. Okinaka, R. Svensson, K. Shaw, B.K. De, R.A. Robison, W.S. Probert, L.J. Kenefic, W.D. Brown, and P. Keim. 2008. Real-time PCR assays of single-nucleotide polymorphisms defining the major Brucella clades. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 46:296-301.

Jeffrey T Foster, Lance B Price, Stephen M Beckstrom-Sternberg, Talima Pearson, William D Brown, Danika M Kiesling, Christina A Allen, Cindy M Liu, James S Beckstrom-Sternberg, Frank F Roberto and Paul S Keim. Genotyping of Brucella species using clade specific SNPs. Journal BMC Microbiology. December 2011.

NYU Langone Medical Center – New York University. Master’s Thesis: February 2009 – May 2010. 

John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) – Hawai’i, OahuGraduate Research Assistant:  August 2010 – August 2012.   

Teacher Assistant: University of Hawaii at Manoa.  I instructed a genetics lab (Bio375L), in which I taught and assisted students in performing test-crosses with Drosophila for recombinant gene mapping, mutagenesis screening, and complementation tests.  August 2011 – December 2011

Resonance Science Foundation & Torus Tech LLC: 2012 - present

Biophysics Publications:

Placeholder Image

Unified Physics and the Entanglement Nexus of Awareness

William Brown. Unified Physics and the Entanglement Nexus of Awareness 2019. Journal of Neuroquantology; Vol 17, No 7 (2019)

For a layman’s explanation of this paper, see this article.

Placeholder Image

The Unified Spacememory Network: from Cosmogenesis to Consciousness

Haramein, N., Brown W., & Val Baker, A. K. F. (2016). The Unified Spacememory Network: from cosmogenesis to consciousness, Journal of Neuroquantology.

Academy Elective 
from William Brown



Can we understand and explain the origins of the Universe? What processes give rise to the structure and dynamics that are observed? Are there natural ordering principles driving the evolution and development of the universe? What is our place in the Cosmos? What role does consciousness play? These big questions are explored, rendering a global synthesis in which there is a unified model: from cosmogenesis to consciousness.