Welcome to the new Fractaluniverse.org website!

September 18, 2009 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The site has been updated with a new look and is now powered by WordPress. Expect more regular updates!


13 Responses to “Welcome to the new Fractaluniverse.org website!”

  1. Rich Lawrence on December 15th, 2009 9:00 pm

    Great redesign! Thoroughly enjoyed the article on the Duel-Slit Experiment Myth. Keep up the great work!!

  2. Rich Lawrence on December 15th, 2009 9:01 pm

    Sorry about the misspelling: Dual-Slit Experiment was what I meant to write.

  3. Chris Phillips on March 27th, 2010 10:27 pm

    Very clean and easy to navigate Colin!

    Have you thought of making a slideshow version of your pages. Then I can use the keyboard to change slides rather than the mouse (which I hate – as my fingers get older).

    One slight problem with my PC – ‘Disintegrating Spirals’ brilliant vortex pics but what is the little video box meant to do??

  4. paul goddard on December 7th, 2010 12:49 am

    I thought you might like a poem I have written about the fractal paradigm of the universe

    Fractal Space by Paul Goddard

    Is a very odd place
    For not all of it seems to be there

    To explain the rotation and galaxy spin
    The scientists searched again and agin
    And came up with the concept
    As if on a platter
    That to make gravity work
    There must be dark matter

    There is a bit of a problem
    Well, quite a bit
    Wherever they look
    They cannot find it

    To make matters worse
    There’s a conundrum quite vast
    For the whole Universe
    Is expanding too fast

    The speed of expansion
    Already exhilarating
    Is accelerating!

    How to explain this remarkable finding
    For it seems to predict standard theory’s unwinding?

    “No,” say the boffins, “for pushing the extremity
    Is something virtually emerging
    We’ll call it dark energy”

    There is a bit of a problem
    Well, quite a bit
    Wherever they look
    They cannot find it

    But here is a query, which I shall pose
    As the universe expands
    Do you know where it goes?

    It expands into nothingness
    The sages reply
    Which is really quite interesting
    And I’ll tell you why

    As it expands into nothing
    Is it quite uniform?
    Why should the universe
    To our concepts conform

    Is a smooth universe
    Purely artefactual
    Could it in fact
    Be an enormous fractal?

    Before you reject this
    As a silly idea
    Consider this theory
    Needs no panacea

    No dark matter this
    No dark energy that
    In a fractal universe
    Space and time are not flat

    If, during expansion,
    Within the universe
    Some nothingness were to stay
    The problems simply go away

    In this theory the galaxies are clumpy
    A fact that makes the theorists grumpy
    For although they groan and moan and bluster
    There are fractal clusters and supercluster

    Another thing that they would deplore
    Is that gravity seems to sometimes ignore
    Or at least not obey the inverse square law

    Which would explain the speed of expansion
    And also the galaxy spin
    You’ll have to agree with our problems long gone
    Fractal theory’s an easy win-win

    I would have liked reply to your kind comment with comparable poetic panache but I can’t think of a rhyme for “Higgs Boson”. I will probably have to invent a new term, prefixed with “dark-“, and formerly unknown to science. Colin

  5. kate sisco on April 12th, 2011 11:23 pm

    hello, I love you. brief and beautiful.
    And the reason globular clusters are still there after all this time is….?

    Of course, Lewis Thomas — Lives of a Cell— also wrote about the similarities between our system and a cell.

    Ahhh………the energy from the sun in the form of impacting ions displayed for all the polar communities to see. If S W Carey was right and the energy amasses to expansion, what an interesting thought.

    an excitation of the ground state that would allow continuous form to hold but would have to be outside of the energy flow as we find that globular clusters are indeed the farthest out. Outside of additional energy which would degrade their form but their own energy directed to shape maintainability?

    does this mean immortality?

    kate sisco

  6. colin on June 14th, 2011 4:57 pm

    Thanks-much appreciated. Colin.

  7. colin on June 14th, 2011 5:04 pm

    Hi Kate, thanks for the accolade.
    Globular clusters, I recall from my early research, are in fact flattish in keeping with the univrsal fractal dimension.
    Nothing means immortality that I’ve found, thank my stars.
    Sorry about the delayed reply-technical problems.

  8. colin on June 14th, 2011 5:21 pm

    Enchante Jaque. Je fais bon accueill a vous or: You are most welcome. Sorry about the delay

  9. Ian Arnott on September 21st, 2012 5:52 am

    Paul Goddard, I have made the effort to memorise your Fractal Space poem. Thanks Paul, I enjoyed your poem.

  10. maris zalups on January 5th, 2013 2:07 am

    I think this is a fantastic website that goes a long, long way towards helping Joe Public understand that around the corner there is a revolution that will shake orthodox thinking about the universe and who we are into dust.
    In my understanding if one accepts the fractal nature of the cosmos, that is to say, it is “organised” there must be an INTELLIGENCE that underlies every every aspect of the material world, in other words THE WISDOM OF THE AGES is shown to be correct in that there is something (an all pervading organising force)that steers and guides the micro and macrocosm.
    I am about to place a link on my website to this splendid resource.

    Many thanks Maris

  11. maris zalups on January 5th, 2013 2:28 am

    I just read your page on the double slit experiment and am a little shocked because if your proposition is correct how is it possible that the most highly regarded minds in physics over the last century or so, let alone millions of others, have been unable to perceive what you claim is the answer.
    I would like to hear if you have a plausible answer.

    regards maris

  12. colin on January 16th, 2013 9:43 pm

    Hi Maris Zalups
    Thank you for your comments. My viewpoint is explained in the paper which you have read. If you question my research you should be specific: rhetoric has no place in scientific argument.
    Please feel free to comment further but scientifically.

  13. colin on January 16th, 2013 9:44 pm

    Hi again,
    Thank you for your applause; the website is very popular as you no doubt know.

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