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					A Simple Physical Model of a
Fractal Cosmos

   Introduction
   Fractal particles
   The big picture
   Summary
Multiverses Go Mainstream

   Eternal Inflation … based on QFT
   Black Holes (BHs) within BHs … based on GR

   Fractal Cosmos … a simple physical model
A Simple Nomenclature
for a Fractal Cosmos

   Universes
    –   Substrates
    –   Strata
   Particles
    –   Substrate particles
    –   Stratum particles
A Simple Physical Model of a
Fractal Cosmos

   Introduction
   Fractal particles
   The big picture
   Summary
Three Dimensional Standing Waves
(3D SW’s) – Milo Wolff

1. “Beyond the Point Particle - A Wave Structure for the Electron”
    Galilean Electrodynamics 6 No. 5, October 1995, pages 83-
    91 (updated 15 May 1998)

2. “Derivation of the Relativistic Doppler shift and mass-increase formulas
    without assuming special relativity,” NPA, Flagstaff, 1996. (See also GED,
    9 No. 6, pages 117-120, 1998).
“The Physical and Philosophical Nature
of the Universe,” by Harry W. Schmitz

Book One, Part One, Chapters 1-7
1. Physical Concepts
2. Pulsar Analysis
3. Wave Pattern Analysis
4. Time Standards
5. Energy Focusing Effects
6. Nucleon Analysis
7. Electron Analysis
Particles
Energy Density vs. Radius
Initial Moments of Pulsar
Simple Harmonic Motion

Two States of Maximum Potential Energy

1) Max. potential energy due to pressure

2) Max. potential energy due to gravity
Reversible Energy
Total for the universe

      ET  AP0 R       3
                       0

Core of one particle

       E N  AP r  0 0
                      3
Number of particles in a universe

                      2                  2
           R3
                   R0   13 10 
                                  25
    N      0
                   
                   r   6.6 1016 
                                     
            R0   0              
       r0  
         3
           r 
            0 

    N  4 10 nucleons
                82
A Simple Physical Model of a
Fractal Cosmos

   Introduction
   Fractal particles
   The big picture
   Summary
The Big Picture
The Big Picture

   Substrate of our universe
   Neutron star
   Every nucleon extends to the surface
   Ultimate universe
   Penultimate universe
Series of Universes


 Name          R      r       Nstratum   Nsubstrate
 Ultimate      1026   10-15   1082       10168

 Penultimate   1070   10-30   10200      ?? 10360
Convergence

   In contact with substrates
   Physical nature of our existence
   Natural philosophy
Applications

   Relativity
   Electric potential
   Particle interactions
Interacting Nucleons
A Mathematical Object

   Analogous to number line (N, Z, Q, R and C)
   Foundation of natural philosophy
   Inductive reasoning
   nn+1
Thank You!
Harry A. Schmitz
5 Marwood Road South
Port Washington, New York 11050
+1 (516) 883-3089
Harry@fractalcosmos.com
www.fractalcosmos.com

				
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