Self-similarity
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The self-similarity is one of the general laws of nature, which is forgotten sometimes:
Area | Example |
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Arithmetic | The fractions (especially in positional notation) are not fundamentally different from the integers. |
Logarithms | The logarithmic scale is self-similar. |
Space | The space geometry is independent of the volume, and its curvature is based on a fractal principle. |
Aether | The infinitesimally small aetheric particles have almost the same mechanical properties as a matter, which consists of these particles. |
Matter | The fundamental laws of the microcosm and the macrocosm are the same. Quantum mechanics is wrong, assuming their difference |
Crystals | The elementary cells determine a shape and anisotropy of the crystal. |
Biology | A cell is similar to an atom: the nucleus and the shell. The fractal geometry is found in the structure of plants, shells etc. |
Sociology | A social group and its members have the same properties. The hierarchical (fractal) organization enhances the ability of a group. |
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