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Author Topic: Hand drawn fractals of anything from E=MC^2  (Read 8145 times)
Description: Quantum snowflake (hand drawn)
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JASONPADGETT
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« on: May 03, 2008, 12:29:42 AM »

Hi,

I'm a math/physics student in Washington state. Here is a fractal that arises from E=MC^2 (all fractals are from E=MC^2). I call it Quantum Star. If anyone is interested I can send you many handdrawn fractal diagrams and I would love to meet others interested in fractals as they are going to become the main theme when it comes to describing where energy arises from. Please feel free to give me an email if you would like to learn more. Keep observing!

Sincerely,

Jason D. Padgett
email-  jasonquantum1@yahoo.com


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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2015, 08:32:11 PM »

 afro

Hi Jason,

Why you think that the energy comes from fractals?

What you mean?

Lg Andy
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« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2015, 11:22:42 PM »

afro

Hi Jason,

Why you think that the energy comes from fractals?

What you mean?

Lg Andy

Hi, teeanDy.

Did you notice that you were replying to a 7 or 8 year old post?

Jason was here briefly, but when pressed for details about his "revolutionary" insights, he became very childish and things got out of hand.  He deleted all his posts from the forum.  He must have missed this one or I'm sure he'd have deleted it too.  

Have a look at this thread  which was the closest he came to making any sense in a traditional scientific sense.  But he got very offended that people were more interested in getting him to back  up his claims with facts and theories than willing to just accept his hand drawn spirograph things as fractals (which they clearly were not - at least not by any definition of fractals in common use).

It's a shame.  He was an interesting character.

But in Science - interesting is not enough or else I would have several Nobel Prizes by now!
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