New Science / Friday, February 21st, 2014

The structure of space-time is a quantized infinite scalar Flower of Life lattice. In other words, space itself is made of discreet super tiny tiny tiny packets of energy: the smallest little vibration that the electromagnetic spectrum does. These tiny packets are what you could think of as the “pixels” that make up the universe and since they are not square, but spherical, they are actually called “voxels”.

First discovered by Max Planck, the smallest distance you can possibly measure is the length of this universal fundamental wave-from called the Planck length: 0.0000000000000000000000000000000001616cm
(10 to the -33cm)

It is nearly impossible to visualize how small the Planck length is. However if you picture a little dot that is .1mm (or about the smallest thing the unaided human eye can see) and blew up that little dot like a balloon to the size of the observable universe, the Planck would then be about a .1mm dot in that universe. Or in other words, that original .1mm dot is about 1/2 way in scale between the size of the observable universe and the Plank!

Nassim Haramein calls these tiny energy packets Planck Spherical Units (PSU) because they are spherical, like most other structures the universe creates at all scales. These spherical waveforms overlap and perfectly pack together to form the 3D flower of life structure of space itself.

Using these universal voxels, Nassim calculates how many of them fit on the inside of a proton volume compared to how many are present on the outside surface area of the proton (or any black hole). This ratio, a geometric relationship, is the gravitational field!

Gravity is essentially a ratio of information on the inside to information on the surface of black holes in a holofractographic space-time manifold.

Nassim has discovered a discreet, quantized, pixelated (voxelated) way of describing gravity in which all you need to do is essentially count these little Planck Spherical Units without having to use highly complex tensor equations normally needed to solve Albert Einstein’s field equations.

A geometric solution for gravity.

The irony of it all is that this solution has been right under our noses this whole time thanks to many ancient cultures encoding this geometric relationship right into their monuments and documents in the form of the flower of life symbol.

Details can be found in Nassim Haramein’s latest paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” here:



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