You can separate protons from a nucleus by tapping them with a tiny electron in a small accelerator. Just a little pre-university mathematics would have shown that the whole thing was a complete mistake.
But what kind of person would jump straight to c and ignore the others.
That's like saying there's more corn in your barn than the national speed limit — it doesn't make sense. His Scaling Law paper "leads to theoretical and technological advancements that move us towards a sustainable future. The most compelling argument is that the very same theory quantum field theory or QFT that predicts vacuum energy also predicts very clearly that it cannot be removed.
If not, then please lay off the "I don't understand any of the physics but I just know in my heart that what Nassim is saying is true" business. Or a combination of the three. I think he's trying to say that there is so much mass in the Universe that the escape velocity exceeds the speed of light.
Biological cells are black holes too At 8: Of course, it never happened. The phi spiral I gave another example in my post here number 3 on that page that shows him being clueless with basic mathematics.
I don't even have a word for it. But what kind of person would jump straight to c and ignore the others.
Other examples of basic misunderstandings There are so many videos of Haramein now on the internet, I could give example after example after example of him misunderstanding, misquoting and misrepresenting very basic scientific ideas.
The 'resonances' were another mistake; the black hole ideas were also wrong; and the other stuff was He uses it to mean the membrane of a cell at 8: Surely the night sky is black because the observable universe isn't infinite, and the sources of light are much smaller than the spaces between them.
Of course he goes for c. Below is a clip in which Haramein introduces The Schwarzschild Proton theory at a "free energy" conference in But that's an aside. Please make your selection below: Field of Practice.
Year of the award: Awarded thesis: Conference number held: Year of presentaion: Thesis number: Name of awardees: Title of thesis: 28th () 25th: D Takatomo Enoki, Yohtaro Umeda and Yasunobu Ishii NTT LSI Laboratories.
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