Black Holes

White Holes

Fractal Universe

Let There Be Light



More Gravity

Event Horizon


Space-Time Fluctuarions

Fractal Dynamic Fields

Worm Holes

Plank's Length

Spin Networks

Mandel Dynamics

Bubble Chamber

Random Fluctuations

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Mandelbrot Dynamics

Next, I wanted to see how the dynamics evolve over time, so I picked a point in "space", then ran it along the time direction to see what would happen.

For each point along that line, I generated and plotted the "fractal dynamic field" for that point. So instead of just one field, I am generating a set of fields in series.

Here are the results of that experiment.

We seem to be seeing a "continuum" of activity going on here, and it's not linear activity either. I see movement and orbits and attraction and repulsion.

Also, this pattern is very similar to the images that are produced in particle accelerators; where they smash charged particles together and then watch the patterns that they make, using a device called a "bubble chamber".

The "bubble chamber" was invented in 1952 by Donald A. Glaser for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960.

The next slide shows what a real bubble chamber image looks like.