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Fractal Proof We Walked on the Moon

I quickly wrote this reply to a Facebook comment: " You guys really think he walked on the moon why and how do you know it’s true" My comment Purely by the complexity of the story. If it were fake the complex story we know would have to have been scripted, top-down, like a movie script. The reality is the story is infinite in complexity, right down to the people who stitched the suits, the boots the chutes and more. Full of stories by all of the hundreds of thousands involved. Every flight, hours and hours of specialist language, the problems they had and overcame; it would all have had to be scripted. No one could do that. It was hard enough to script the 2hr movie, Apollo 13, the best of Hollywood in its time and it wasn't really the real story compared to what is told by those there. It is my test and I think it is the best. Reality is complex and fractal, fake is not.

Letter to Fractal Cosmology Opponent Hogg

 This is the letter I wrote to Professor David Hogg, the opponent of Fractal Cosmology.  Please see my posts 'Fractal Cosmology' and Letter to Fractal Cosmology Opponent Hogg , share this, and read my papers. Thank you.  Subject:   Quaia catalogue corresponding with transitions in a physical inhomogeneous fractal model Dear Professor Hogg,  Firstly, congratulations on your recent Quaia Quasar catalogue. I believe it, along with DESI, is one of the greatest achievements of all time. My name is Blair Macdonald. Ordinarily, I would have no business with you as I am not a cosmologist; however,  what  I have found should interest you all.   I have tried to make this as short and as simple as I can. Being it what it is, this is a complex. Bear with me, please. In short: I have published a model that corresponds to your observations: it is the fractal. This is why this email is directed to Professor Hogg. I have taken fractals beyond the Italian fractal cosmologists. I have found, in

Fractal Branch Distribution Experiment Corresponds with Universe Galaxy Distribution.

  The following continues my work concerning fractal cosmology. Look back to my recent posts over the last year to gain access to my papers and developments.  Here I conduct an experiment on a tree to see if the fractal corresponds with galaxy distribution from the latest galaxy survey.  Introduction The recent Gaia telescope Quaia survey of the universe produced a galaxy distribution diagram (Figure 1) that shows an uneven distribution of galaxies with distance.  3D map of over 1 million black holes traces where the universe's dark matter lies. Figure 1. Galaxy distribution diagram (Figure 11) from the paper: Quaia, the Gaia-unWISE Quasar Catalog: An All-sky Spectroscopic Quasar Sample, Hogg and others This diagram offers an opportunity to test whether this universe distribution shape corresponds with the distribution from a fractal tree. If so, the observation location may be inferred. Of interest is the rise from the