Introduction

Standard Model

Occam's Razor

Newton

Calculus

Schrodinger’s Equation

Heisenberg

Richard Feynman

Einstein's Equation

Negative Solutions

Paul Dirac

Mandelbrot Set

The Equation

Fractals

Feedback Loops

Self-Similarity and Scalability

Holograms

Fractal Dimension

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Calculus

Calculus

Put simply, calculus is about dividing space and time into smaller and smaller INTERVALS so we can make accurate measurements and predictions about our universe. Although calculus is a great tool for making predictions and measurements sometimes to 10 decimal places or more… …it is often hugely complicated especially when it comes to theories such as Einstein’s theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. The equations that come from these theories are riddled with strange symbols that represent constants, variables and operators of all kinds. Again, it’s hard to imagine how such a complicated universe could ever come into being.