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Fundamental Journal of Modern Physics

ISSN: 2249-9768
Volume 1, Issue 2, 2011, Pages 133-268


Fractal Physics Theory - foundation
Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski
Pages: 133-168
Received: April 4, 2011; Revised: June 2, 2011
This first article, in a series of five, introduces Fractal Physics Theory, which is founded on extending the two Special Relativity postulates to scale. The first postulate assumes absolute uniform scale cannot be detected. The meter, kilogram, and second relate to a person's size, mass, and awareness of time passage, the human scale. Atoms are tiny and stars are enormous, both relative to the human scale. In addition to obvious size and mass-energy differences, there also exists a time scale difference between the quantum and cosmic scales as viewed from the human scale. Quantum scale objects appear to exist in accelerated time frames, while cosmic scale objects appear to exist in decelerated time frames, both relative to the human scale. The second postulate assumes the speed (c) of electromagnetic radiation photons in vacuum is independent of scale. This series of articles is intended to call attention to the remarkable self-similarity that exists between the quantum and cosmic scales.

Keywords and phrases

dimension, fractals, infinity, scaling.


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