ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Torus Tech, a specialized research and development company, published a new research paper, “Resolving the Vacuum Catastrophe: A Generalized Holographic Approach,” in the Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology. Research findings address the well-known vacuum catastrophe problem of the ~122 orders of magnitude discrepancy between the vacuum energy density at the cosmological scale and the vacuum density predicted by quantum field theory. By extending a holographic mass solution which accurately predicts the mass and radius of the proton, an exact value for the critical mass of the Universe is found, without requiring the addition of Dark Matter and Dark Energy.
Nassim Haramein, CEO and Executive Director of Research and Development for Torus Tech, co-authored the paper with Dr. Amira Val Baker, Scientific Research Associate at Torus Tech.
In the paper, Haramein and Val Baker illustrate the problem known as the “vacuum catastrophe.” Utilizing a generalized holographic model, the findings consider the total mass-energy density in the geometry of a spherical shell universe (as a first order approximation) and find an exact solution for the currently observed critical density of the universe. The research also discusses the validity of such an approach and consider its implications to cosmogenesis and universal evolution.
The research paper was submitted in February 2019 by the Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics in partnership with Torus Tech and published in March 2019 by Scientific Research in the Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology.
About Torus Tech
Torus Tech is a specialized research and development company created by Physicist Nassim Haramein to specifically develop technology delivering proof of concept prototypes in the field of vacuum energy and related resonance technologies.
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