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Observed Galaxy Distribution Transition with Increasing Redshift a Property of the Fractal

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I just published my third paper. This one is in response to this discovery: I have found the universe is a standard, common garden varie ty fractal. It looks like a fractal – it is agreed by cosmologists to show fractal structure up to around 1 billion light-years out, and thereafter is smooth, just as the clip shows, saving General Relativity (apparently) – and acts as a fractal – it has a beginning, and expands exponentially – it is a fractal. All fractals show a Hubble’s Law( increasing recessional velocity with distance from an observer) – and a cosmic microwave background –this is the trunk of your garden(fractal) tree.  My presentation. In Situ Experiment on Fractal Corresponds with Cosmological Observations and Conjectures Abstract Fractal geometry is an accepted mathematical description of nature. One of the great questions in cosmology—along with what is the ‘dark energy’ and the other cosmic anomalies—is whether the universe

Who Shot Vincent Nigel Murray?

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Who shot my favourite squint  Vincent   Nigel-Murray: it can't have been who we think it was, Jacob Broadsky. The scene at 2:10 minutes is impossible: glass is opaque to infrared heat radiation, It is impossible for an Infrared camera to see through glass. Any squint would know that. Verify my claim yourself: watch this clip -

Tree growth acceleration explanation fractal

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Update 2014 10 01 I have published at academia.edu Fractal Geometry a Possible Explanation to the Accelerating Growth Rate of Trees Original entry: ".. most species mass growth rate increases continuously with tree size.": Nature.com A recent podcast interview on Radio New Zealand 'Nights' (see below) between host Bryan Crump and Ecologist Professor Mark Harmon on the topic of trees growth rate accelerating caught my attention. At the moment I am writing a publication on expansion and the fractal (fractspansion) and I have used trees as an analogy and example in my paper to explain what I believe to be the dark energy in the accelerating expansion of the observable universe. Even if I could not find proof of my finding that trees growth also accelerated, I stuck with trees, and now I hear this – wow, supporting evidence! It is no coincidence that both trees and the universe expand exponentially - all things fractal do. I just have to prove the universe is a

The Gassy Messenger: the magic of IR thermopiles

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I have now published my updated theory of the atmosphere.  Augmenting 19th Century Thermoelectric Greenhouse Theory with 20th Century Quantum Mechanics Raman Spectroscopy: Towards a Coherent Radiation Theory of the Atmosphere Update: 22,04,2015 I have recently (and finally) published: Reinterpreting and Augmenting John Tyndall’s 1859 Greenhouse Gas Experiment with Thermoelectric Theory and Raman Spectroscopy  at: academia.edu/  and http://vixra.org/abs/1504.0165  . Here is a youtube presentation of my findings: Abstract Climate science's fundamental premise – assumed by all parties in the great climate debate – says the greenhouse gases – constituting less than 2% of Earth’s atmosphere; first derived by John Tyndall‘s in his 1859 thermopile experiment, and demonstrated graphically today by infrared IR spectroscopy – are special because of their IR (heat) absorbing property. From this, it is – paradoxically – assumed the (remaining 98%) non-greenhouse gases N 2  nitrog

The 'Dark' Climate and its 'Dark' Gases

There is a climate paradox: modern greenhouse climate theory states or infers 98% of gases (nitrogen and oxygen) have no thermal role in the atmosphere. All thermal activity is due to the 2% greenhouse gases.  This paradox I have termed the Dark Climate, or the Dark Gases. I have continued this entry at: http://www.fractalnomics.com/2013/12/the-gassy-messenger-magic-of-ir.html   See you there.

The Denomination Standard: regularity in money through time and place

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The Denomination Standard (as opposed to the 'gold standard'): regularity in currency through time and place. A unit of gold is said to (give and take a little) buy the same good through time - hence the gold standard. My hypothesis is: does the denomination 'size' of fiat money (currency) buy the same goods (opposed to the nominal size which will differ from time to time, place to place ). How many of the lowest paper notes does it take to buy 'x' good - my case a big mac. I have found that in the developed world it costs generally around 2 of the lowest denomination notes for a McDonald's Big Mac (2012). Of course the amount grows the less developed the country - Sri Lanka 29. I conclude there maybe a 'standard note' (thank you to my student Paul) that will stand like a 'standing wave' over time and place; nominal prices will flow (rise) through it. Difficult to find a standard good, and there are lag times of course as note stay

6. wikifractal.org

A momentous morning for me.  As Copernicus and Galileo as my inspirers, and after (this morning) uncovering and clearing some critical details, I’m now not afraid any more – to speak, to show. Last month I published on my blog two entries I had been working on for last 5 years:  one on the fractal record of CO2, and the other on the fractal profile of CO2 (still in progress). ( http://www.fractalnomics.com/2013/03/the-fractal-record-of-heat-trapping-co2.html   and http://www.fractalnomics.com/2013/04/fractal-profile-of-co2.html ). This morning I published a complementary ‘wiki website ( www.wikifractal.org ) to these entries that will show and democratise ‘the where(?)’ (the examples of a phenomena – at all scales) (or not!). Where does a phenomena do as it is ‘said’ to do? Orbiting bodies and a sun centred ‘universe’ is a good case: before the telescope and evidence, a world of dogma; and after, a world of ‘science’. With the Hubble and (broken) Kepler telescopes