- Casey Christofaris
- Munroe Falls, OH
- United States
Owner, CS3 Inc
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Do we really see/live in 3 dimensions? Or is it two highly symmetrical 2 dimensional fractal images?
As we explore this world more and more fractals have become the math of nature, and oddly enough we/some of us here on TED had already gotten rid of math in nature in one of the ted conversations that I started “Is our math wrong?”. One of the main points of the conversation was the idea of where do we start counting?
At the time of this ted conversation I had no clue about fractal dimensions and the only thing I really new about fractals is the 2 Ted Talks. We are pattern thinker, that is what as a species humans do is think in patterns. Our eyes (all 3 eyes) interpret these patterns for us and create the visual image that you see in front of you today. We get one fractal image from the right eye and one fractal image from the left eye, our eyes and brain then bring those two fractal images together and create the 3D yet Non 3D world that we see around us.
This video points out that pretty much everything in Nature is fractal in "nature". One of the key points of this video and fractals at large is also asking the question where do you start counting?
Think of these 2 fractal dimensional images as a stereographs or grams. Most if not all of these images are probably fractals.
What it seems to me is that we are a collection of fractal codes much like how Mandelbrot"s code combined all of the Julia set's. Our reality is a set of all infinite fractal codes combined... I think