Could our universe be fractal?

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Biko Merlijn : My LSD trip says yes

PSI Rocker : "Could mere mathematics create an entire universe?" Of course it can that's physics in a nutshell

Hanniffy Dinn : Yes, take the real life red pills like DMT, LSD, shrooms, Aya to learn reality is just one infinite fractal every particle connects and leads to the "God head". As its infinite everything you can imagine and can't exists.

Nick E : really interesting and well made. This should have a lot more views.

KyloRen Kardashian : I've been working on a study, proving that language is a fractal within itself. I am close to publishing my findings & may have found a way to read the past, present & future all at once

neonpop80 : Yea. And you are a fractal. A self referencing system referring everything outside of it back to itself creating a loop. The ancients recognized this and presented it as the oroboros. We also live in a holographic reality where all the information is contained in the unit. And you are the unit.

Phoenix : If you keep making videos you will make a living from this

Roshea : This gave me a newfound respect for maths.

Jeremy Lee : Short answer, no. Procedural games like No Mans Sky are defined by iterative functions, but the real universe is not. It is merely efficiently _described_ by them. Fractals in nature are the result of process, not the generator of them. And they are never "infinite", either in mathematics or in nature. That word does not mean what you think it means.

Robert Wilson III : I’d really love to work on a theory of physics that places fractals at the heart of it all. I think it has serious merit. Especially in the philosophy of biology, and perhaps the literal progression of time. The kicker is I don’t find it incompatible with the work Susskind has been putting out in the last ten years.

Tea Dawg : I reached this epiphany yesterday when I was tripping on 7 grams of dried shrooms. I saw all these complex fractals inside of my ''third eye'' and then I opened my eyes and realized we were living inside of one. Whether they are simple delusions or truth is up to you to decide, but to me it makes more sense than anything else right now.

Mrrshal : No Man´s Sky is more like No Man´s Lie or No Man´s Buy

LegendLength : I think in the future we need to focus on trying to understand fractals in different ways. For example taking an object and trying to reverse engineer the fractal formula that would be used to create it. Audio and video engineering tries to do this already but I don't feel it's very complete yet.

jojolafrite90 : No man's sky as an example for "infinite complexity" HA HA HA HA... One day someone good at programming should explain why no man's sky sucked so hard... Anyway it was simple programming, not as complex as Minecraft with 200 mods (like ftb, or something) for example... Even that isn't "infinite", it has a finite number of possible combinations!!! Actually, I think our real universe could (should?) have a finite number of possible combination of possible interactions between his particles (or the number of possible combination of the bits that makes what we today understand as particles, themselves making what we observe as being our present universe. If you want to think about things as pure information). Anyway, a particle needs to be observed by some form of sentience in order to have the "right" to "exist" because it needs (actually, could it NOT NEED to be observed by something sentient for this to be true?!) to be observed in order to collapse it's "wave function" (meaning the possibilities of it's existence are determined for this plank length (the littlest possible amount of time that can exist before not even being time, we think). When the wave function collapses, then, it means that this particle, with some others, are forming what we understand as an atom (determined as what it is, and what it does by interactions with other atoms. Plus having a "real" (measurable) position in both time and space). Sorry for all this ramblings... XD

James Bra : Try relating this concept to the universe where we are both gravitating around objects and expanding away from other galaxies from the source. Most modern theoretical physicists are pointing to computational complexity and entropy as a key indicator of the fundamental nature of gravity.

Zaob Min : I thought it was my religion, now I see it is pure math xD

DM21 Gaming : This is absolutely fantastic! Great work! Awesome content.

Cosmic Explorer : However , Universe is far more deeper than to be explained by logic or Mathematics !

En människa : Great video! I have been thinking about this alot, but comparing patterns of the universe with fractals are somewhat of ad hoc explanations altough many are strikingly similar. Perhaps fractals appears by coincidence in the universe "superequation" which not nessearily needs to fulfill fractal criterias. Take Pi for example, there are no certain pattern in the digits as we know of today, however you can find small patterns if you search long enough, for example the digits 123451234512345 might repeat itself several times, however they might just be there by a coincidence. It would be amazing if you could make another video taking this into acount.

Cosmic Explorer : That's just wow ! Makes me wonder even more about the Majesty of our Universe ! Lovely ❤️

ashwadhwani : Pure patterns not 'mere' mathematics

Magust Productions : so little subs so much talent and work

Dag Reinbott : Saugeil! Und - abgesehen vom dem tierisch interessanten Inhalt - auch echt gut produziert. Hut ab!

PsychoPat : Learn binary language, you will see the world with other thought , it's close to the fibonacci sequance actually, good old math :)

metafis : The problem I see with the fractal universe is yes, we see similar patterns to fractals in nature, but they dont go on forever(unlike a fractal)..once you get down to sub atomic level. However, Im open to the idea that below sub atomic level, there are copies of our universe, in different time frames maybe. and so on...which would mean our universe is actually a sub atomic particle of a bigger universe.

xx6lord6mars6xx 17 : What if you add a fourth dimention???

Chicken Nuggets : Agree. But who created maths? Hmmmm...

michael patakas : we do live inside a fractal universe...

mmmh37 : But what about 'aberrations' that are often pointed out (snowflakes)? Is it because our window of the fractal through which we see is not big enough to show where the aberrations fit in?

Exit Paradise : Crazy how the words i'm typing right now are apart of the 'tip' of the fractal forming now. zoom zoom

Lochlann Thomson : Really cool thanks Chillheimer!

smufr : can anyone explain why i see fractals in everything when i trip LSD??

aimes2 : good fractal video!

judgeomega : Stephen wolfram's search within simple formulas for possible realities should be mentioned. He wrote a book called A New Kind of Science that might offer insights.

Christian Nunez : Holy moly this is great man. Absolutely loved it. You're voice is really soothing too

Roiben Blitz : Finally, concept acknowledgment.

waking up the gods : eat some shrooms , about 15 g dry and you can see this structures everywhere . its a hologram in where we live

HeadshotDisorder : MAKE MORE

sirpaulmcd : It's a shame that you're still so unknown. Don't be discouraged and keep posting your videos to reddit (that's how I found your channel). I look forward to seeing more of your work!

/crash periodic : YES.

Gabe Tower : You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

ASarcasmProduction : Yes, I certainly do, has to be so. Each segment of the fractal is a plane of existence of space within a dimension plane. We can observe only our segment ‘visibly’. Each segment is a universe dimention running to the edge where the waves of matter and antimatter become 0 Kelvin. That must mean there was no big bang rather big bangs, one per “visible universe” but because these are in a never ending continuum all connected to one another our “visible universe” is just a dimention of the “actual universe” which has endless big bangs growing outwards which continues forever. Like an endless pane of glass continually being frosted over forever. So I guess in the “quantum world” and using the probability equation , there has to be sets of golf clubs outside our dimension plane!

Whited Out : Meh

Paweł Rola : What a brilliant montage. Thank you!!

Neta Bolt : you havent said the most important thing (i think because they dont have enough evidence for this), that we live in a multiverse and that all atoms and their parts are some part of something of an new multiverse. imagine an atom, inside that atom there are particles, go deeper in 'Said' particle. my thoughts is that you go to another multiverse, and obviously, more atoms, which contains more multiverses. its infinite. we live in a multiverse thats a part of a tiny atom in an alien world, and in our world, there are many billions of trilions of atoms, containing infinite multiverses. so if you tell about fractals, than indeed yes, we ARE the fractals. we ARE part of it. and defintely, we are alone, infinitely far away from each other. we cant reach the hands of our beloved one because that hand is infinitely far away from small atoms and stuff; we never reach eachother. think about that, science. if you ask me what i take to believe this, the answer is nothing. i never taken any drug. one big drawback of this is feeling lonely (if you think about it about infinitely far away) and getting depressed because you feel all alone. i writing a novel about this, a fantasy epic. a series.

Michael Farrell : Fractal geometry is reality

Janek X21 : so manny things are wrong :( sad

Glitchy Glitch : Fractals are just a convenient way to transport stuff. It's logic. But still very interesting.

Crxzy' : Fractalogy xd

doops920 : then earth  could be flat  maybe?