Our planet has come a long way in scientific breakthroughs and discoveries. Mainstream science is beginning to discover new concepts of reality that have the potential to change our perception about our planet and the extraterrestrialenvironment that surrounds it forever. Star gates, wormholes, and portals have been the subject of conspiracy theoriesand theoretical physics for decades, but that is all coming to an end as we continue to grow in our understanding about the true nature of our reality.
In physics, a wormhole was a hypothetical feature of space time that would be a shortcut through space-time. We often wonder how extraterrestrials could travel so far and this could be one of many explanations. Although scientists still don’t really understand what they have found, it does open the mind to many possibilities.
Turning science fiction into science fact seems to happen quite often these days and NASA did it by announcing the discovery of hidden portals in Earth’s magnetic field. NASA calls them X-points or electron diffusion regions. They are places where the magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, which in turn creates an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the sun’s atmosphere which is 93 million miles away.
NASA used its THEMIS spacecraft, as well as a European Cluster probe, to examine this phenomenon. They found that these portals open and close dozens of times each day. It’s funny, because there is a lot of evidence that points toward the sun being a giant star gate for the ‘gods’ to pass back and forth from other dimensions and universes. The portals that NASA has discovered are usually located tens of thousands of kilometres from Earth and most of them are short-lived; others are giant, vast and sustained.
As far as scientists can determine, these portals aid in the transfer of tons of magnetically charged particles that flow from the Sun causing the northern and southerns lights and geomagnetic storms. They aid in the transfer of the magnetic field from the Sun to the Earth. In 2014, the U.S. space agency will launch a new mission called Magnetospheric Multi scale Mission (MMS) which will include four spacecraft that will circle the Earth to locate and then study these portals. They are located where the Earth and the Sun’s magnetic fields connect and where the unexplained portals are formed.
NASA funded the University of Iowa for this study, and they are still unclear as to what these portals are. All they have done is observed charged particles flowing through them that cause electro-magnetic phenomenon in Earth’s atmosphere.
Magnetic portals are invisible, unstable and elusive. they open and close without warming and there are no signposts to guide is in – Dr Scudder, University of Iowa.
Mainstream science continues to grow further, but I often get confused between mainstream science, and science that is formed in the black budget world. It seems that information and discovery isn’t information and discovery without the type of ‘proof’ that the human race requires. Given that the human race requires, and has a certain criteria for ‘proof’, which has been taught to us by the academic world, information can easily be suppressed by concealing that ‘proof’. It’s no secret that the department of defense receives trillions of dollars that go unaccounted for and everything developed within the United States Air Force Space Agency remains classified. They are able to classify information for the sake of ‘national security’. Within the past few years, proof has been emerging for a number of phenomenon that would suggest a whole other scientific world that operates separately from mainstream science. We have the technology to take ET home, anything you can imagine we already have the technology to do, but these technologies are locked up in black budget projects. It would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity – Ben Rich, Fmr CEO of LockHeed Skunk Works.
I use this video a lot in many of my posts, but it is just a profound statement, I love to use it over and over. He is x NASA personnel so it kind of fits in with the article.
On December 20th 2012, Director of Research at The Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics and The Resonance Project Foundation, Nassim Haramein registered a copyright at the Library of Congress (click here to see a copy of the online entry) for his paper Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass (QGHM), which was eventually published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International. In his manuscript, Haramein utilized Planck spherical units (PSU) to describe the holographic vacuum fluctuations and extremely accurately predict the charge radius of the proton (the radius of the proton is typically more accurately described as the charge radius because all we can say about the proton is that there is a concentration of positive charge in that region of space which defines what we would think of as the surface of the proton). Shortly after Haramein’s submission of his paper to the Library of Congress, on January 25th 2013 a new muonic measurement of the proton was made which agreed with Haramein’s prediction extremely well (within 0.000366 x 10-13cm of the measured value), as the prediction is inside one standard deviation of the experiment, or loosely speaking within the margin of error of the experiment. Therefore, Haramein’s value, extrapolated from precise theoretical tenets, may be the exact value and experiments are now approaching the resolution necessary to arrive to it. On February 1st 2013, Haramein submitted another manuscript for copyright to the Library of Congress to report on the confirmation of the prediction, called Addendum to “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” in View of the 2013 Muonic Proton Charge Radius Measurement (click here to see the online entry or click here to search US Copyright website), but this paper was never published. We are now making this short paper available here.
Why is the Prediction so Precise?
Haramein’s prediction of the charge radius of the proton is extremely precise because it utilizes the smallest units of measurement one could ever use, the Planck scale (the smaller your measuring increments, the more precise is your value), which is billions of times smaller than the proton itself. So if Haramein’s theory and scientific findings are correct, as current research evidence is clearly demonstrating, the proton that makes up matter is essentially an agglomeration of Planck vacuum electromagnetic charge fluctuations co-moving or spinning in a region of space which we identify as a particle at the quantum level or as an astrophysical black hole, centering a galaxy for instance, at the cosmological level. What we are finally coming to understand is that the material world we observe all around us, and even what makes up our own body, is but the dynamics of the electromagnetic vacuum structure itself, and that by using Planck scale physics we can precisely understand it and define it.
Why is the Proton Radius Important?
Since the 2013 muonic measurement of the proton occurred, the little particle has taken international attention by storm. Many popular scientific publications feature the proton radius problem on the cover of their magazines. For instance, the cover of the July 2013 New Scientist issue read Tiny Particle Big Problem: The Humble Proton is Nothing Like We Expected. More recently, the cover of the February 2014 issue of Scientific American read The Proton Problem: Could Scientist Be Seeing Signs of a Whole New Realm of Physics? An article was also published by the Max Planck Society describing some of the issues that a smaller proton radius than the one predicted by the standard model would create, in an article entitled “Physics Has a Core Problem” that can be read here. So why all this attention on the radius of the proton all of a sudden? Because the latest measurement clearly demonstrates that the proton radius is significantly smaller than what is predicted by the standard model and as a result, the proton being a fundamental constituent of the atom, this new measurement threatens to upend the standard model and demand a revision of many of the assumptions of quantum theory. Therefore, the fact that Haramein utilizes Planck vacuum fluctuations to predict an incredibly accurate value for the charge radius of the proton is extremely significant to physical theory. However, even more noteworthy is that Haramein in the same swoop solves the quantum gravity issue (the fact that gravity does not fit well at the quantum scale) by demonstrating that both cosmological gravitation can be described in terms of Planck vacuum fluctuations and that the strong force that binds the protons together is that very same force acting on them, producing a unified view of physics. These are non-trivial results that are currently slowly trickling into the mainstream awareness despite a certain level of censorship. It is never easy to change the driving fundamental assumptions of a predominant worldview.
Are There Technological Applications to This New Universal Worldview?
Of course a fundamental change in our understanding of the structure of spacetime at the quantum scale and the identification of the vacuum fluctuations being the source of gravitation, mass, and charge will have a profound impact on technological developments of the future. One can certainly imagine systems that, in a laboratory setting, would create co-moving coherent spinning regions of the Planck vacuum fluctuations and as a result create a depression or curvature in the structure of space to obtain gravitational control, the extraction of significant amounts of energy, and even the possibility of matter creation directly out of the vacuum. You may think of this as far-fetched or that it may be possible in a very far future, but one should consider that we are already able to extract electromagnetic photons directly out of the vacuum fluctuations utilizing the dynamical Casmir Effect (for popular articles see New Scientist and Physics World). Now consider that physicists have recently found a path forward to complete Gregory Breit and John Archibald Wheeler’s (colleague of Einstein) 1934 dream of creating matter out of photons. All of a sudden the concept of matter creation out of vacuum fluctuations doesn’t seem so extravagant. Furthermore, one should consider the original Casmir Experiment (which is easier to visualize), where two plates are placed in close proximity (microns apart) so that a small density gradient is created in the vacuum structure between the long wavelengths of the vacuum which cannot enter between the plates, and the short wavelengths which are present between the plates resulting in the plates being pushed together. What if, instead of creating a gradient from the linear relationship of two plates, we created a high-density gradient between the center and the edge of spinning plasma, a little bit like the density gradient that results in hurricanes or tornadoes in the atmosphere of the earth or when you pull the plug in your bathtub and all of a sudden your rubber ducky starts orbiting.
Basically, we would be reproducing the dynamics we observe in galactic structures, quasars, or even the plasma dynamics of the sun in a laboratory setting. Haramein conceived of this possibility some 20 years ago and eventually received patents for an initial design of a technology that could conceivably produce the suitable gradient. The patent was appropriately titled, “Device and Method for Simulation of Magnetohydrodynamics US 8073094 B2” and we are making it easily available on our website here. Haramein is not the only one thinking about utilizing the vacuum energy fluctuations to warp spacetime and generate gravitational effects. Harold Sonny White, an engineer at NASA’s Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory and director of Eagleworks at the Johnson Space Center, received significant press in the last few years regarding NASA’s investigation of the possibility of producing a faster-than-light space warp drive to travel to the stars by using the virtual particle vacuum fluctuation’s energy potential (see popular articles here and here and Dr. White’s paper here and here). Although White demonstrates that by employing a toroidal topology he can reduce significantly the amount of energy necessary to produce the warp bubble, which would be unmanageable utilizing standard approaches, a certain amount of controversy has arisen due to the unclear nature of the method for the extraction of the so-called “negative energy” (vacuum energy) to do the job. Of course, in the framework of the standard models of physics, such possibilities seem improbable if not completely impossible. Therefore, even in the context of an agency such as NASA, these pioneer efforts are extremely poorly acknowledged, and typically the subject of wide-spread criticism and ridicule. Yet, the investigation of the vacuum structure and our capacity to interact with it to create significant specific effects such as gravitational control and energy extraction, is most likely one of the more crucial evolutionary steps a society of our level of development must achieve. Haramein’s findings of the fundamental physics driving gravitational effects from the cosmological scale to the quantum scale and its implication to the understanding of the source of mass and charge is a critical step towards that goal.
Scientific Staff, The Resonance Project Foundation
For the first time, scientists have figured out where our Milky Way galaxy sits in relation to the 100,000 other galaxies within our newly discovered home supercluster, called Laniakea.
Our entire universe can be thought of as an enormous network of galaxies that looks sort of like a cosmic web - with dark, empty areas called voids, where there are no galaxies, and areas called superclusters, which contain thousands and thousands of densely packed galaxies.Superclusters are the biggest structures in the universe, but until now, scientists had no idea how to tell where one begins and also where it ends.
Now, astronomers from the University of Hawaii in the US have discovered a new supercluster, which also happens to be our home supercluster, because in the outer edges sits our very own Milky Way. The team, led by astronomer Brent Tully, named the superclusterLaniakea, which means ‘immeasurable heaven’ in Hawaiian, and produced a 'map’ showing the Milky Way's position within it, along with 100,000 neighbouring galaxies.
The discovery of Laniakea was made possible when Tully's team decided to study the movements and positions of 8,000 galaxies nearby Earth in unprecedented detail. In doing so, they discovered thousands more galaxies, and were able to figure out which ones are being pulled towards and away from us. From this information, they produced a new animated map which shows the incredible network of thousands of galaxies, and their various cosmic flows, within the supercluster Laniakea.And it looks absolutely stunning.