“Isn’t it awesome, to be a part of a living Universe.”
William Brown is a biophysicist and research scientist at the Resonance Project Foundation and Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics where he performs experimentation and research to better understand the physics of the biological system, as well as theoretical work in unified physics. William has authored several papers including the Physics of Consciousness, popular reviews of the latest advancements in fundamental and unified physics, designs for advanced AI devices, and reports on the effects of piezoelectric crystals on the biological system.
William’s professional background is in cellular and molecular biology. He has worked in numerous laboratory facilities across the United States and has extensive experience in molecular biology research. After 10 years of studying the biochemical processes of molecular biology, William has begun to investigate the biophysics of living organisms, specifically how the biological system interfaces with the nonlocal field of the quantum vacuum. The investigation of the physics of organisms has extended into the investigation of physics in general, especially causal quantum geometrodynamics and biocosmology.
William has a bachelor’s degree in Cellular and Molecular biology from Northern Arizona University, a Master of Science degree in Applied Recombinant DNA Technology from New York University, and performed two years of post-graduate research at the University of Hawaii (completing 80% of the requirements for his PhD before deciding to work with the Resonance Project Foundation instead).
Early in his academic career he was selected to perform higher-level research, initially studying archea microorganisms with an electron microscope before joining the Keim lab Microbial Genetics and Genomics Center where he performed DNA sequencing and analysis on bioweapons for two years before obtaining his Bachelor’s degree. His interests and studies into everything eventually led to invitations to speak publicly about his research, the first time of which he received a standing ovation at a Science and Consciousness conference in South Africa.
William grew up in Flagstaff Arizona, encircled by the beautiful and majestic red rock mesas of Sedona, the San Francisco Peaks overlooking the Grand Canyon, and the Painted Desert of the Hopi and Dine Native American tribes. With so much natural beauty, William enjoyed an active an intimate connection with nature. William’s hobby is his work, he truly does what he loves to do.