“The universe is uncaused, like a net of jewels in which each is only the reflection of all the others in a fantastic interrelated harmony without end.” – Ramesh Balsekar
In Haramein’s new paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” a brilliant approach to Quantum Gravity and the Holographic principle is described as well a range of other important relationships between the Schwarzschild proton and our universe as a whole. In this model we come to an understanding of the space-time manifold as a holographic matrix projected from the event horizon of a black hole proton – a proton which is merely the reflection of all other protons in the universe. The implications are vast, so let’s embark on a journey together down the wormhole of the Holofractographic Universe!
The Schwarzchild proton vs. the Standard proton
The graph presented by Haramein in “Scale Unification” plots objects obeying the “Schwarzschild condition” of a black hole from universal size down to the Planck distance on a scale of frequency vs. radius. It pictures a cosmological scale in which our own universe is the interior of a black hole and all the major objects within it, like quasars, galactic nuclei and stars, are smaller black holes that we experience the outside of. In the scaling graph the atom falls nicely near the trend line, demonstrating for the first time a linear relationship across the boundary between the micro and macro cosmos.
The above graph, from “The Schwarzschild Proton” paper, is a logarithmic scale of mass vs. radius and it too reveals that the 1014 gm Schwarzschild proton falls perfectly on a trend line of organized matter in the universe whereas the standard proton, with a mass of 10-24 gm, falls far off. The Schwarzschild proton materialize in an incredibly dense sea of vacuum energy and this energy is taken into account when calculating its dynamics and mass. Yet, in the same graph, the mass of the universe is deduced by the addition of all protons utilizing their standard mass. To clarify the seemingly paradoxical presence of two different values for the proton mass within the framework of the theory we need to look deeper into the actual physics taking place within the Schwarzchild proton and account for the origin of what is now called the “strong force”.
The strong force in the standard model is a force evoked to explain how positively charged protons in the atomic nucleus can remain tightly packed despite their inherent electrostatic repulsion. When physicists discovered the confining force of quarks and protons they were baffled as to explain how these dynamics arise. They invented “the Strong force” and assigned to it just the right value needed for the equations to work out. However, the strong force was not given a mechanical source – it appears without cause and its strength is given as 1039 times stronger than Gravity!
In the Schwarzschild proton this contractive energy in the nucleus of the atom is accounted for in terms of mass – and it’s a gravitational force arising in the presence of a black hole singularity. The Schwarzschild proton interacts with highly energetic vacuum fluctuations within and outside the proton horizon through which it gains the mass/energy necessary to be understood as a black hole entity. Thus its interactions with the quantum vacuum is the probably the true source of the underlying mechanics of the strong force.
Now, to understand how the Schwarzschild proton relates to the larger universe we must first take a closer look at the cosmological constant.
The Cosmological Constant and the Vacuum Catastrophe
The accelerating expansion of the universe is commonly attributed to “dark energy”, a phenomenon which is said to be related to vacuum fluctuations at a cosmological scale, much the same as those at quantum level. Dark energy is thought to be a constant energy density filling space homogeneously throughout the universe. It is the given source for the cosmological constant, a constant for the expansion of space. When scientists calculated the value for the cosmological constant they found it to be 10-29 gm per cm3 – in other words; very weak. However, at the quantum level the renormalized value for the vacuum energy density is 1093 gm per cm3 – which is extremely large! The discrepancy between the two constitutes a whopping 122 orders of magnitude! This poses a difficult problem as the quantum vacuum of 1093 gm/cm3 should, at least in some way, be related to the cosmological constant at 10-29 gm/cm3. The conundrum, appropriately named “the vacuum catastrophe”, is one of the major problems of contemporary physics and the error in prediction is often called the largest ever done in the history of the field.
The solution proposed in “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” is both beautiful and simple. Let’s walk through the rationale together: The mass/energy available within the volume of a proton sphere, in the form of vacuum energy, is 1055 gm. Using the renormalized vacuum density of 1093 gm per cubic centimeter, 1055 gm is how much vacuum energy there is room for within the tiny proton volume. Let’s imagine we take this proton volume and expand it to the estimated size of the universe; obviously the energy density would drastically reduce. Actually it would land right at 10-30 gm per cm3 – very close to the measured value of the cosmological constant, and already a remarkable correlation. Currently there is no exact measure for the radius of the universe and working on such a huge scale it would be acceptable to adjust the estimated size of the universe so as to make it match the desired number, as is often done in physics. However a more accurate approach was found in which we may deduce the exact radius of the universe by working with the Schwarzschild proton alone.
If the mass of the universe is holographically represented within a proton we can use this value (of 1055 gm) to obtain the correct radius of a black hole universe by utilizing the Schwarzschild equation. The equation calculates the radius of a given system with X mass needed to become a black hole entity, so we plot the mass of the universe (1055gm) into the Schwarzschild equation (r=2G/c2) to find out the exact radius of the black hole universe – and the result is 4.14×1027 m. Now, equipped with this more accurate value, we expand the proton to that radius and we find the decreased vacuum density becomes 10-29 gm/cm3 – the exact value of the cosmological constant! Matching up these extremely high numbers with such high degree of accuracy is an incredible discovery that proves the presence of a significant relationship between the proton and the universe in which it resides.
So if the universe is the inside of a black hole, its cosmological constant is simply the value of the expanded proton’s energy density. We have demonstrated that the mass of the proton is a representation of the mass of the universe and that there is an intimate relationship between the size and the energy level of a proton and the universe in which it exists. This relationship can best can be expressed holographically, which will bring us to a complete circle wherein we may describe the structure of space-time, the Electromagnetic force and Gravity through geometrization of space alone.
The Holographic Principle and Quantum Gravity
To better understand this part we must first examine the holographic principle. The holographic principle states that the description of a volume of space can be thought of as encoded on a boundary to the region of space – like an event horizon. The principle is utilized when describing the entropy, or thermodynamics, of a black hole system. It states that all information of an object absorbed by a black hole is «smeared out» across its surface and conserved as informational bits. In this way all the information of the black hole is stored holographically on its surface as abstract Planck pixels, or bits, and thus we can calculate its total entropy just by counting the Planck distances on its surface area.
If this is true then the black hole proton should be a direct reflection of the black hole universe, and thus we should be able to map out the whole universe just by studying a single proton. We could describe how everything in the universe is embedded within everything else, or more specifically, how one proton entangles to all other protons. By counting the Planck areas on the surface of the proton and Planck spheres within its volume we can explore the relationship of its horizon to its volume and its external relationship to the universal vacuum fluctuations. Basically the calculations are done by dividing the volume of the Planck sphere into the proton volume and the area of the Planck circle into the proton surface. Let’s see how:
To find the surface area of the Schwarzschild protonwe make the Planck distance a circle and embed them onto the proton surface, each circle measuring one Planck length diameter. The planck circle is actually a function of the vacuum structure within the proton; as we’re also filling the proton volume with Planck spheres the pattern that holographically reflects onto the proton surface is a pattern of intersecting circles – the pattern of the flower of life (see below). Within the proton each sphere can be thought of as a wavefront of a tiny oscillation of vacuum fluctuations creating a uniform interference pattern with the Planck spheres around it. The surface area of the proton horizon is divided by the Planck circles in such a way that they are space filling, as the spheres inside the proton, creating the flower of life pattern. The intersecting circles of the flower of life is the only way for the Planck circles to tile; the geometry would not be space filling with any other pattern. After running the equation the resulting number of Planck circles on the proton horizon is 4,72×1040.
Interestingly 1040 is a number recognized by Haramein to be a recurring number in cosmology: it’s the approximate magnitude of difference between the Strong force and Gravity, it’s the increase in radius of the proton when it is expanded to the universe, the ratio between the Schwarzschild mass of the proton and the standard mass and the ratio of the mass of all vacuum fluctuations within the proton to the mass of the Schwarzschild proton.
If we divide 1040 with1055 (the volume of Planck spheres within the proton) the result is 5,91×1014 – this is the exact mass needed for the proton to obey the Schwarzschild condition (Rs) generating a black hole entity. Now we have derived the Schwarzschild mass of the proton from Planck units and geometry alone, without involving the Schwarzschild equation or the gravitational equations of Einstein’s general relativity. Thus gravity is described as a ratio of mass/information to surface area and has been accounted for completely geometrically, without involving space-time curvature, only through pixelation of the structure of the vacuum itself. For the first time we see a functioning description of Quantum Gravity!
The Proton and the Flower of Life
Now we’re finally able to describe how the two different mass values for the proton arise in the logarithmic scale of mass vs. radius. We are also able to extract various mind boggling data about the universe from the proton geometry alone. Let’s see how:
The internal volume of the proton relates to its surface geometry in such a way that one Planck area holographically expresses all the information entangled with it. If we divide the flower of life tessellations (1040 ) with the volume of the proton itself (10-39) the result comes out 1,67×1079 – which is the estimated number of particles in the universe! The result reveals a quantum entanglement with all other protons! Each Planck circle can be thought of as a mini-wormhole connecting with another proton.
To find the actual mass for a single proton in this matrix we must first map the influence of all protons on a single Planck area. We do this by dividing the Schwarzchild mass by all the protons in the universe which gives us 10-65. Then we multiply this number with the number of Planck areas on the holographic proton surface, namely 4,72×1040, to get the mass influence of one single proton. The result is 1,672295215 x 10-24 – which is the Standard mass of the proton! The calculations are within a 0.019 % deviation from the mass of the proton given in the standard model, and most likely this is the more accurate value for its mass when measured from the outside of its event horizon. Now we’re able to understand the seemingly paradoxical presence of two values for the proton mass; no proton can be isolated and measured independently without taking into account its entanglement with all other protons. Measuring a single proton from the exterior of its event horizon it seems to exhibit a mass of 10-24gm, while on the inside its entanglement to all other protons keeps it in a Schwarzschild condition of a mini black hole, at 1014 gm. Thus the measured mass (10-24gm) is the expression of the mass influence per proton on each of the 1040 holographic bits on the proton horizon. Each proton is outwardly expressing its tiny bit of the distributed mass/information of the entire universe, and each proton is connected to all the other protons through 1040 wormholes on its surface.
Another way to arrive at the same conclusion is to divide the mass of the Universe (1055), extrapolated from the inside of the proton, by the number of protons in the universe (1079), extrapolated by the surface of the proton, which again results in the exact mass of a single proton (1,672295215 x 10-24)! The mere fact that these gigantic numbers divided nails the mass value of the proton to the decimal is a huge confirmation of the accuracy of the theory.
Mapping the Multiverse
The implications of the Holofractographic Universe compels the imagination. Through these simple equations we come to an understanding of the space-time manifold as a holographic fractal pixel matrix projected from the pattern of the Flower of Life. The Schwarzschild proton has 1040 Planck circles on its surface, which in the first fractal iteration connects to as many protons. Those protons connect to 1040 different protons, which joins the first one to 1080 protons by a fractal progression. By studying this fractal pattern further we may even begin to map out the multiverse; from one proton we can calculate the size and mass of the universe, the radius of the universe, the cosmological constant, the energy density, the gravitational field, the larger universe in which our own is contained, how many universes there is in a larger one, and a larger one and… I’ll leave the rest to your imagination.
In time all this will be simplified further in such a way that it’s expressed in a single, simple equation – as has been the dream of many great scientists and thinkers throughout the history of physics. Personally I’ve been filled with a tangible connectivity to all things just by contemplating this beautiful description of our Universe. The mere fact that space itself in its state of infinite, utter completion explores its endless potential through us certainly gives assurance and faith to surrender to the sheer beauty of its unfoldment…