Dr. Omerbashich is also a theoretical physicist who has made fundamental scientific discoveries in physics, cosmology, geophysics, and spectral analysis. His most important discoveries include the first expressing of values of gravitational constant (and thus of gravity too) via speed of light (hinted by Einstein and Maxwell), and the first proof of (Tegmark's) Type I Multiverse. In 2013, he disputed the 2012 Nobel prize for physics given (to Wineland of NIST, and Haroche) for a discovery he sent in 2008 to Wineland for NIST's verification - equations relating quantum and classical physics by expressing (values of) G via c on macroscopic and quantum scales. Physics Nobel laureate Brian Josephson agreed in a debate with Omerbashich that there are remarkable coincidences in this case of a discovery which enables capturing of elementary particles by suspending gravity vibrationally.
World famous International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) in Paris (keepers of metre standard) confirmed experimentally in 2013-2014 the Omerbashich's (first-ever) theoretical value for the Newton's gravitational constant G, of 6.675E-11, as 6.6754E-11, thus converging from their 2001's estimate 6.6756-E11. The confirmation invalidates all other estimates of G, and supports Omerbashich's Hyperresonance Unifying Theory - now the candidate for replacing falsified Quantum Field Theory and failing String Theory. The BIPM remains the world authority on scientific units and constants.