Thanks to a commenter I was alerted to this article touching on Nassim's latest work and reporting that he has been published again! His new paper is called "Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass" and this time I don't see how it will be possible for anyone to argue against the legitimacy of his being published, because as far as I can tell this is a legit journal that he would have had to have gone through a peer-reviewed process to be published in.
The article states that:
At the basis of Haramein's research is a bold prediction about the charge radius of the proton, which was recently verified by experiment. Less than a month after Haramein sent his paper to the Library of Congress, the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland released a new measurement for the size of the proton, confirming Haramein's prediction.I am confused about the above statement because as best as I have been able to figure out, back in 2010 this paper reported that a proton's charge radius was measure to be 0.84184 fm. Nassmin references this paper in his own paper, so I don't understand how his prediction came BEFORE the new measurements. Can anyone clear this up for me?
Also keep in mind that the only source listed for the above article is the Nassim's "Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics." I am not trying to bring him down a peg or anything, after all he WAS published, but I would like to see other scientists/institutes touching on this.
BUT at any rate I simply want to say good job to Nassim. At the end of the day this won't be about whether he makes the most accurate predictions that stand for all time (though I do have faith that he knows what he is doing and that what he has to offer to physics is invaluable), it is simply so awesome that he HAS been published and that he has kept at it all this time going his own way.
I can't wait to take a look at his new paper for myself. You can download it by clicking this link.
And also here is a short video that talks about it a little. It is apparently a "a film trailer for an upcoming documentary." I can't wait to see it!
I've been hoping for some new stuff from Nassim lately. I'm so happy about this new paper and upcoming documentary!