In this episode of the Free Radical Media podcast, hosts Eric Scott Pickard and Patrick Ryan talk with Jamie Janover about the Unified Field Theory of Nassim Haramein, as well as physics and science in general and the culture of Scientism and dogmatism that pervades modern mainstream culture.
Jamie Janover, a musician, artist, and photographer, also is heavily involved with The Resonance Project of Nassim Haramein. From Harameins biography page on the Resonance Project website:
As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already discovering the universal dynamics of matter and energy, which led him on a journey toward pioneering a new approach to quantum gravity and continual developments in unified field theory. He grew up in Eastern Canada with an innate reverence for the design of nature and a determination to discover the basic building-blocks of creation. Nassim dedicated most of his time to his independent investigation into physics, geometry, chemistry, biology, consciousness, archaeology, and various world religions. Haramein’s dedication to scientific exploration combined with his keen observation of the behavior of nature led him to a specific geometric pattern which is at the core of his approach and new perspective in unified field theory.
Janover often gives presentations on the Unified Field Theory of Nassim Haramein in full, but we only just scratch the surface in this interview. In whole, the theory concerns geometry and a focus on space to fill gaps in the Standard Model of modern physics. A fully integrated theory of physics with radical implications for philosophy and society as well as physics, this model challenges the increasingly complex Standard Model and offers an alternative view that seems incredibly reasonable – and provable. Along the way, we discuss the failing of the mainstream scientific community to accept new ideas, the increasing acceptance in the modern era on ideas like Haramein’s, and the radical implications that these ideas have for society at large – a fascinating conversation on science, consciousness, and the scientific community.
You can watch Jamie Janover talk a bit about Unified Field Theory here.
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