Klee Irwin’s research projects aim to produce a physical theory of everything founded upon the mathematics of quasicrystals. In 2009, Irwin founded Quantum Gravity Research, a non profit research project whose mission is “to help reconcile science and spirituality by discovering how the smallest units and algorithms of information self-organize into the whole.”

Irwin’s research has principally focused on the organization of dense aggregates of tetrahedra in three- and four-dimensional space. He is the author and co-author of numerous papers, including An Icosohedral Quasicrystal as a Golden Modification of the Icosogrid and it’s Connection to the E8 Lattice.

To explore Klee’s work, we invite you to check out his papers here: Quantum Gravity Research Publications