Have you ever wondered what keeps you in organic and cosmic balance in tune with the wider universe?

Welcome to the wonderful world of fractals

Have you ever wondered what keeps you in organic and cosmic balance in tune with the wider universe? You may feel this is a fanciful story but it is not. This blog is about fractals, Fractal theories are not likely to be taught in schools because I have read it is impossible to reconcile phenomena of this type within Albert Einstein’s equations relating to the distribution of space matter. However, regardless of this possible difficulty I will discuss with you what I feel is the phenomena that not only holds us together but helps set directions in our lives as well. I am not ignoring the role gravity plays in organically stabilizing us but I am ignoring this phenomena for now as well. I think you will find the fractal story a fascinating one. It is far too big a story to relate in a few words but I will do my best by means of metaphors. The well illustrated file attached has been inserted to assist you in this respect.

I think it is true to say without fractals there would be no such thing as cosmic balance. This means all things appear to be fragmented and chaotic. This includes within and around you and me as well. Fractals are like a system of identifiable inward-order of all things, an order that is staring us all in the face if we care to look for it. This includes flowers in our garden, my lungs, the shapes of ram’s horns, the shape of a shell fish and nearly all phenomena that is imaginable, including behavioral aspects of the cosmos itself. I believe all things in life, including a mere thought are different in some way, however subtly. However, amongst these differences are entwined an invisible system that brings some sort of degree of similarity of these differences which eventually grows into patterns of differences. It could be said these differences make a difference to differences which in turn can be seen to be like a neural network in our body. Furthermore these patterns both change and are infinitesimal in size and you will see this in the complexity of all of nature which includes the head of a simple rose. Have a close look at a rose flower. The patterns of the petals are not random. There is a distinct pattern within their organization from the heart of the rose. This is a non-liner process, a process that needs merely a minute amount of energy to both kick start it and keep it functional. Every petal of the rose that grows is resultant from a tiny puff of new energy and it is the inherit fractal guided energy within the cosmos that brings with it the same inherit fractal patterns that this rose petal is guided by as well (see illustration within the associated file). This same process manifests itself in all things and it is because a famous mathematician by the name of Mandelbrot we have been privileged to better understand these things and it is also the result thereof I was able to develop the blob-physics idea in my efforts to help understand reality at every conceivable level.

Mandelbrot has identified and described the amazing world of fractals in nature and furthermore has been able to show how computers can be programmed to replicate every facet of nature in a manner that is nearly impossible to visually differentiate from original images emanating from nature. He has identified the role of a fourth dimension in relationship to our fractural connection with wider consciousness. He has identified curves in cross sections of magnetic fields that he suggests implies there is a 3D link to electromagnetism and it is therefore a deeply structural and fundamental part of life. Mandelbrot’s idea are akin to Bohm’s Implicit order model and also underpins my own beliefs in relationship to me linking blobs (patterns) of information and knowledge to each other. This in turn lead me to attempt to better understand all that we commonly perceive to be reality.

I feel that you will enjoy the following url links relating to fractals.

Arthur C Clarke talks about fractals

Fibonacci Fractals and Inorganic Teleology