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Price Inflation and the Fractal Coastline Paradox

If you are interested in a further explanation of inflation, that adds to this, it may be found in the fractal; the geometry of chaos and the geometry of our time. I think the geometry of an economy is a fractal and 'inflation' is akin to the fractal coastline paradox. I can show the 'growth' and 'development' of the fractal directly corresponds to Marginal theory. The fractal demonstrates demand/utility curves and supply/ cost with equilibrium. A market, I think, is a fractal; a complex system built on simple rules that repeat at all scales. I have found that the fractal's growth over time is exponential and can produce a perfect Lorenz curve from the uneven distribution of its parts. The fractals Gini increases with its growth, inextricably - just like the real economy. On inflation, if an economy is assumed a fractal 'Inflation' may be akin to the coastline paradox of fractal mathematics. The length of the coastline is fractal and is determined

Solving the quantum measurement problem with the fractal

  Addressing ‘The Measurement Problem’ by Fractal Landscape s and Reference Points In my paper, The Fractal Corresponds with Light and Foundational Quantum Problems , I discuss the measurement problem in quantum physics as being a problem of the fractal also. The issue arises when matter or points of matter are believed to exist in multiple locations simultaneously in the quantum micro world, but this changes when they are observed. This is a significant challenge in quantum physics and one of several topics of the quantum that I address with the fractal. --- The isolated iterating scale-invariant fractal is a prime example of the "measurement problem" in quantum mechanics. Without a reference, it is impossible to determine the position and scale of the bit sizes on the superposition fractal. However, once a reference is made, the position and scale become clear. This issue is directly related to the "observation" and "measurement problem" of quantum mec

Dark matter may be explained by fractal geometry

  Lately, I have been pondering about galaxies, their rotation speed, the concept of 'dark matter' associated with them, and the fractal. I knew I would revisit this topic when I got the chance. After examining my fractal cosmology model for several days and studying recent research papers on dark matter and black holes, I now believe that my model can clarify why stars orbit around the galaxy faster as they move further away from the centre, which is known as 'dark matter.' I can deduce that the speed of rotation and the size of the galaxy are directly linked to the size of the black hole, and they become massive as they move further out into the universe. My model suggests acceleration with distance, and it forms a spiral. In addition, recent observations suggest that the universe may be spiralling, which aligns with my model's prediction. Furthermore, black holes are referred to as a 'singularity,' which is similar to the universe's supposed 'big

Fractal Cosmology Paper Unifying Theory Submitted

  "Dear Dr Macdonald, We have received your article "In Situ Experiment on a Fractal Corresponds with Cosmological Observations and Conjectures". We will consider it for possible publication in International Journal of Quantum Foundations . Thank you for submitting your work to this journal." Last night I submitted my second paper on the same (fractal) geometry to the same journal. (Again, I do not hold a PhD). (giggle) In this paper, I wrote up a model/experiment showing what you would expect to see if you were in a growing fractal and show this view corresponds (exactly! give or take the effects of gravity) with cosmological observations. It is as if we are in the branches of a large tree (images b and c), surrounded by branches and looking down and out to the bigger branches, the boughs, and then the trunk - that was once the seedling. Trees are a perfect example of a fractal (which incidentally all grow exponentially with age). Now

Fractal Foundational Quantum Theory Published

 Hello everyone.  I have been away from my blog for the last year waiting for the decision on my submission to the International Journal of Quantum Foundations.  I can now announce my work has been published in the journals speculations supplement.  I am very pleased, it took a lot of work and thought.  I have had no reply to date.  We'll see.  You can read it at the following.    The Fractal Corresponds with Light and Foundational Quantum Problems Abstract:  After nearly one hundred years after its origins, foundational quantum mechanics remains one of the greatest unexplained mysteries in physicists today. Within this time, chaos theory and its geometry— the fractal—has developed.  In this paper, the propagation behaviour of a simple iterating fractal—the Koch Snowflake—was described, analysed and discussed. From an arbitrary observation point within the fractal set the fractal propagates forward by oscillation, and retrospectively— viewing behind—it grows exponentially from a po