Friday, September 4, 2020

A Fractal Theory of Quantum Foundations

Finally, after 12 years of working, last night I posted my quantum fractal paper; in it, I address the big questions of physics with a simple, modern, and well-known geometry, the fractal. I feel a little nervous actually, it appears noone has ever done this. If I can get some (financial/grant) support on it I'll take it to publication, rewriting and adapting it to suit — which is all too much for me here and now on my own. Besides, I want to work with the atmosphere stuff, where I use real quantum mechanics to reveal how the infrared atmosphere really works; way more exciting. Actually, there is still work to be done with the fractal: 'a theory of knowledge' from it. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343999170_Making_Sense_of_Light_and_the_Quantum_by_an_Experiment_on_an_Isolated_Emergent_Fractal https://www.academia.edu/43989373/Making_Sense_of_Light_and_the_Quantum_by_an_Experiment_on_an_Isolated_Emergent_Fractal https://vixra.org/abs/2008.0228