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     SCHWARZSCHILD RADIUS









"Radiation is expansion of light waves into spirals by unwinding them into voiding equators where matter disappears.

Gravitation and Radiation. Cosmic Ascension." - Elizabeth Trutwin.


Nassim Haramein's paper called The Schwarzschild Proton was chosen by a panel of 11 peer reviewed at the University of Liege in Switzerland for the prestigious Best Paper Award in the field of Physics, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity Field Theory and Gravitation. This paper describes the center of an Atom as a mini Black Hole. This is a paradigm shift forming Unified Physics. It says Protons are attracted to each other by gravitation. It begins by examining Quantum Vacuum density to determine how much Vacuum density is found in one Proton. It was discovered that the Mass inside of one Proton is exactly the same as the Mass in the entire Universe. This shows there is an entanglement of all Protons. It was found through mathematics that two Protons can be shown as two mini Black Holes orbiting each other at the Speed of Light in a Vacuum. Quantum gravity of the Schwarzschild Proton was proven to be the mathematical eqivalent of what Standard Physics until then had termed the "Strong Force." When plotted on a logarithmic scale of Mass over Radius, it was found that the following items fell on a line at a progression of scale; the Universe, local Super Cluster, large Gravity Cluster, Quasar, Galaxy M27, Milky Way Galaxy, Andromedan Galaxy, Whirlpool Galaxy, Triangulum Galaxy, Large Mangelinic Cloud, Galaxy M27 Cone, Sun, Pulsar, Large White Dwarf, Small White Dwarf, Schwarzschild Proton, and Planck Black Hole. All of these items save the Standard Proton lined up in scale.




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