Prof. Hait invented the world’s fastest transistor in 1989, leading to the world's fastest computer, which uses holograms to replace computer chips and laser light to replace electricity. He then discovered the pseudorandomness of nature and the theory of Resonant Fields with their embedded Einstein Codes. He published his Resonant Field Theory of Everything— finishing Einstein’s quest for an intuitive and easy-to-understand working model of the universe in 2000. His updated textbook, on Resonant Fields is now available, along with his latest work, “The Einstein Code,” which finishes that great universal mystery Einstein himself toiled to unravel.
Known worldwide for his practical application of basic physics to solve real-world problems. His first book, Passive Annual Heat Storage, Improving the Design of Earth Shelters, in 1983, explained in simple terms how to design a structure with a BUILT-IN, CONTINUOUSLY COMFORTABLE TEMPERATURE.
His logical method extracts heat naturally from within a home all summer, keeping it cool and comfortable, then reintroducing its stored heat all winter to keep the indoor environment warm and cozy… and all without machinery or commercial energy.
Prof. Hait invented the newest alternative energy, Rust Power! In his 1987 book, How to Recycle Scrap Metal into Electricity, he shows how easy it is to use scrap metal as fuel for homemade batteries. Collecting the metal helps clean up the Earth, while the electricity generated produces no pollution or greenhouse gasses.
His most recent work explains the Resonant Field Theory of Everything using the energy flow patterns in everything… called Einstein Codes, because by understanding these algorithms of pseudorandom energy flow in all things we can finally realize Einstein’s quest for a truly intuitive understanding of how everything works. One of the great achievements of 20th century science was the realization of the pseudorandomness of nature that explains the fundamental mechanism of the universe that Heisenberg overlooked. Hait’s book, The Einstein Code, sets the most complex interactions in the universe in easy to understand language amid an exciting solution to some of the world’s greatest physical mysteries.
Professor Hait has over 48 patents (and patents pending) that establish his impeccable credentials as an inventor and theoretical physicist.
- PHOTONICS SPECTRA, Nov. 2001, page 66
- BYTE magazine, Nov. 90, page 20
- RODALE'S NEW SHELTER, Sept. 83 (cover story) Jan. 82 (cover only)
- Several recent books and magazines in United States, Germany and Switzerland.
To begin understanding, "everything" first crack "The Einstein Code."
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