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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, 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). This

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 journal Speculations Supplement.  I am happy; 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 Also, see my second paper: Experiment on Inverted Fractal Corresponds with Cosmological Observations and Conjectures 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