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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Spin Networks

Spin Networks

The graph on the left is a picture of a loop-three singularity as seen at the quantum level. It's here at the end of the "worm hole" or "quantum tunnel" that you see the breakdown of the "fractal dynamic field". The three circled points in this image represent the final loop singularity; the final three points in the field that loop endlessly.

The graph on the right is called a "spin network" and was developed by Sir Roger Penrose in the early 1970's. A spin network is a tool used in quantum mechanics to represent states and interactions between particles and fields "at the quantum level".

The similarity of these graphs, and the fact that they both represent "something" at the quantum level of a system makes me wonder what other similarities I might find between my model and the universe we live in.

Further investigation required.