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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Schrodingers Equation

Schrodinger's Equation

Here is an example of something you will find when you study quantum mechanics. It is called Schrodinger’s Equation and it describes how the “quantum state” of a physical system (ie. a particle) changes over time. This is a wave equation and it works because all matter in the universe has both particle and wave duality. In other words, sometimes matter behaves like a particle (that’s where Newton’s equations come in handy) and sometimes it behaves like a wave in which case we use some sort of wave equation like the one we have here.