Book Review: Fractal Geometry of Nature...

Tuesday, March 29, 2011 11:58 AM By Stephen J Christophers


Book Review: The Fractal Geometry of Nature by Benoit B. Mandelbrot, a ground breaking look into the world of Fractal Geometry; which in-turn hugely influenced mainstream popular culture after its publication in 1982. Mandelbrot looks at the underlying mathematical formulas which shape natural systems, nonlinear systems, Chaos theory etc...

I find this interesting, I'm starting to look at Quantum Mechanics and observer relationships that produce a collapse of the wave function (or the intention) and, more often than not, patterns occur. For example: one collapses the wave function of a particular scenario through observer defined variables: Tim colapse the wave function on differing colors; the color is blue, by definition, but Tim sees green, therefore Tim collapses the wave function on green. Using Fractal Geometry, we're able to repeat this scenario, enough times, finding the common patterns that produced Tim's collapse to make light of his randomness - Tim, would be found to be color blind. In theory, those who show the same collapse would produce a similar pattern.

Quantum Mechanics and Fractal Geometry applied to our relationships to ones particular observer reality; as an observer collapses the wave function relative to the observer NOT everyone, and a collapsed state produces a wave function when one is not internationalism(otherwise random variables). When we remove our relationship to a Quantum state we cease to be the observer of that state ... it's beautiful idea and needs some more theory and I would like to take a look at the Quantum mind–body problem using Fractal Geometry etc.

Anyway, the book,The Fractal Geometry of Nature by Benoit B. Mandelbrot.

Mad mad world by moke

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