New Fractal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

I am writing a letter to the Nobel Laureate, John Clauser, explaining to him what I had published on the fractal and quantum mechanics and it occurred to me, for the first time, that I may have written a totally new quantum interpretation. I had never thought of that before. 

My fractal interpretation of quantum mechanics covers all the other interpretations, and more — it links quantum mechanics to cosmology. They are inextricably linked.

I have not heard a word back, from anyone. 

My papers:

International Journal of Quantum Foundations, Speculations.
The Fractal Corresponds with Light and Foundational Quantum Problems

Experiment on Inverted Fractal Corresponds with Cosmological Observations and Conjectures

What is a Quantum Interpretation? 

This from The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanics is a physical theory developed in the 1920s to account for the behavior of matter on the atomic scale. It has subsequently been developed into arguably the most empirically successful theory in the history of physics. However, it is hard to understand quantum mechanics as a description of the physical world, or to understand it as a physical explanation of the experimental outcomes we observe. Attempts to understand quantum mechanics as descriptive and explanatory, to modify it such that it can be so understood, or to argue that no such understanding is necessary, can all be taken as versions of the project of interpreting quantum mechanics.

This from

An interpretation of quantum mechanics is an attempt to explain how the mathematical theory of quantum mechanics might correspond to experienced reality. Although quantum mechanics has held up to rigorous and extremely precise tests in an extraordinarily broad range of experiments, there exist a number of contending schools of thought over their interpretation. These views on interpretation differ on such fundamental questions as whether quantum mechanics is deterministic or stochasticlocal or non-local, which elements of quantum mechanics can be considered real, and what the nature of measurement is, among other matters.


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