Klee Irwin is a passionate researcher and entrepreneur who now dedicates the majority of his time to Quantum Gravity Research (QGR), a non-profit research institute that he founded in 2009. Outside of his work in physics, Klee is active in supporting students, scientists, educators, and founders in their aim toward discovering solutions to activate positive change in the world. He has supported and invested in a wide range of people, causes and companies including Mayasil, Change.org, Upworthy, Donors Choose, Scanadu, Moon Express, Hana Arts on Maui, Hero Science Foundation, the X PRIZE Foundation, and Singularity University where he is an Associate Founder. Full bio…
Quantum Gravity Research (QGR) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to discover the geometric first-principles unification of space, time, matter, energy, information and consciousness.
Klee’s research has principally focused on the organization of dense aggregates of tetrahedra in three- and four-dimensional space. Emergence Theory’s framework is described in the short film “What Is Reality?”.
Klee is optimistic about what the future holds and our relationship with the planet. As a result, he directs his creative and financial resources toward actions that help contribute to a more harmonious future and that help us realize that brighter future faster.
What is Reality?
The very fundamental nature of our physical reality is still a mystery. Scientists around the world are still trying to discover a unification theory explain why the two most currently accepted physics theories - general relativity and quantum mechanics - cannot reconcile one another. Quantum Gravity Research is one of those teams on a mission to provide answers. The Los Angeles based team of physicists and mathematicians are developing a new, first-principles unified “theory of everything” called Emergence Theory, which attempts to unify the current theories with a creative new approach.