Mandelbrot in 3D

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This is mind blowing

This image looks like it is describing a physical particle turning to waves for a double slit experiment ..or maybe its entanglement

The waves would appear like a flat plain, entangled particles are known to separate at a specific angle.

Maybe it's how a particles goes through both slits at the same time

I call this, physical particle being sent to infinity ..aka quantum field

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This image looks like it is describing a physical particle turning to waves for a double slit experiment ..or maybe its entanglement
No, it doesn't. Get off the computer and start studying a textbook.

-Dan
 
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I think the quantum field represent infinity ..so having the mandelbrot involved in QM seems natural.
 
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A quantum wave is experiencing bifurcation that leads to chaos ..superposition
 
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This is a gradient/density map of the mandelbrot set/bifurcation. It is an object that exists in math. I think it might represent fate.

The white spot in the lower center is absolute zero

The outside shell represents infinity because you could zoom on a part of it and it would always have more definition to show you.

It's a vector object so it could scale to any size

You know the question "why is there something instead of nothing?", well, maybe this thing represents existence.

Maybe it has something to do with consciousness and/or spacetime

https://github.com/M...8iEvIZtFce0-iHY
 
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It's predetermined instructions for cyclical events

A vertical line down the middle is real numbers ..everything else is complex numbers (real + imaginary)

I think imaginary numbers might have something to do with unobserved quantum wave information
 
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I think matter waves are holding mass with imaginary amounts.