Central to the unified field theory of Nassim Haramein is the idea that all objects on all scales are centered by stillness: a singularity at the center of what he terms a “Black Whole”. That is, a black hole redefined because the way it appears depends where you are in relation to the event horizon of the black whole. If you are on the inside, it may appear black, like the sky at night (we live inside a black whole called the universe). However, if you are on the outside of the event horizon, you can measure and perceive the energy coming off of the black whole. The super-massive black wholes in the center of galaxies spin off smaller black wholes called stars which then make smaller black wholes inside them called atoms.
Check out Nassim’s paper called “The Schwarzschild Proton” that mathematically describes the proton as a mini black whole:
Also read a raw analysis of Nassim Haramein’s work here.