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Dr. John N. Hait
local time: 2023-03-26 03:19 (-05:00 DST)
Dr. John N. Hait (About)
World Science Database Profile
Interests: Resonance, Unification

John Hait has 48 U.S. patents and patents pending covering nearly the entire foundation of photonic computing and fully photonic telecommunications. This work led him to discover the Pseudorandomness of nature and from that, the fundamental mechanism of physics, Resonant Fields.

He began inventing at the age of ten, when he obtained his first Amateur Radio license. Following four years of electronics in the U.S. Air Force, he returned to the University of Montana and the Missoula Technical Center. In 1981, he founded the Rocky Mountain Research Center as a nonprofit scientific research and educational corporation in Montana. It's purpose being to advance these exciting new sciences, and teach others about them.

A prolific commercial inventor, his work spans a wide range of physics including secure electronics, high-speed 2048 bit encryption, HDTV, high-bandwidth radio and other photonic transmission systems, alternative energy production, water and gasohol distillation, wave, wind and water power... along with solar power that doesn't run down at sundown!

In 1979 he invented Passive Annual Heat Storage, a natural method of collecting heat in the summertime and storing it until winter. In 1988 he invented the Genius Card for providing the secure remote control of information even in the hands of your customer, or even your adversary. In 1989, he invented the world's fastest transistor, the Photonic Transistor, [the fundamental component of light-speed computing,] which uses laser light to replace electricity, and holograms to replace computer chips.

An accomplished writer and public speaker, he completed his first book in 1983, "Passive Annual Heat Storage," which has sold in more than 25 countries. Then "How to Recycle Scrap Metal into Electricity," all about Rust Power! The newest alternative energy. Plus he wrote for numerous magazines including cover stories for Popular Science, Mother Earth News and the Computer Applications Journal.

His study of photonics and encryption prepared him to recognize certain problems with Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, which in turn led to his discovery of the pseudorandom nature of Resonant Fields, and the Resonant Field Theory of Everything.