Meteorologists were the first to recognize the importance of fractals in nature. Edward Lorenz was studying the famous Lorenz Attractor when he discovered the very important concept of “sensitivity to initial conditions”, otherwise known as the Butterfly Effect. Biologists were next to realize that fractals were everywhere; from the human vasculature systems, to the structures of trees and plants, and more recently, in the dynamics of our heart beats, brain waves, and even in DNA itself. Fractal patterns have also been found at the quantum level as seen in the Yazdani experiments and in the quantum hall effect. Most areas of science have embraced the fractal paradigm as an integral feature of the systems they study. Cosmology seems to be the last holdout in recognizing the importance of fractals and their relationship to the formation and evolution of the Universe we observe.
The research, presented in The OM Particle takes a different approach to the study of the Universe. Rathar that trying to detect fractal patterns in an already existing Universe, we attempt to reconstruct a Universe from scratch using the rules of the fractal paradigm. As with every Paradigm Shift, we need to take a few steps back and re-evaluate the past and what we have learned, and feed that back into the equation. Every once in a while we need to start from scratch. Today we are at a crossroads. Cosmology is being presented with a challenge. The OM Particle takes on this cosmological challenge with a new idea;a new picture of the Universe, that embraces the fractal paradigm. Here, I present my journey of discovery into the fractal nature of life, the Unvierse and everything.
Embrace the Fractal Paradigm
The OM Particle