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commented on Feb. 27, 2013
Hello. I'm a Junior Physics major with a possible double major in mathematics, so you can be relatively technical with your answer if need be. The high level mathematics involved in most of this is obviously still gibberish to me, but I have a very strong foundation in the abstract discussions of particle physics, matrices, and geometry. I actually did research for a year with a quantum field theorist at the university I attend working on the Casimir-Polder force.
I understand the idea of the fractalization of space and time into infinitely large and small scales based on the phi ratio, and how this fits in with the ideas of the "Source" field, or fundamental vacuum geometry creating the 'ocean' of sorts all fields and therefore matter and energy float in, but I still don't understand how the fracturing of reality into these dimensions of varying frequency occurs. What is it that's really vibrating here? because we can obviously measure photons and sound at any frequency with the proper equipment. For that matter, how does this vibration, which seems to be, in essence, the universe itself, come about through the basic sphere-tetrahedron geometry. As a side note, I've come across the idea that 7.32 cm is the "base rate wavelength" of our dimension?
A few other other questions if you happen to have answers...
How does dark matter/dark energy fit into all of this? I figure dark energy is not, after all, vacuum energy, because it appears as though this vacuum field is infinite in magnitude and complexity. Could this anomaly in the data, the invisible matter that must be there gravitationally, be the "matter" in our universe that is vibrating outside of the dimensionally frequency which we are tuned to? If that is the case, that would mean there would be a finite amount we are measuring, meaning there is another scale that cuts us off farther, another fractalization cycle, from the multiverse? Perhaps the notes on a keyboard correspond to individual dimensions within a universe, where the octave is the entirety of the universe, with a new one beginning at the next frequency step. Just a thought.
Also, what is the significance of the planck distance in all of this? As I understand, there is no smallest possible distance in a fractal geometry such as the one in which we are living, but this number still appears to be very significant. Nassim Haramein apparently calculated that, if one assumes that the planck distance is the smallest possible distance in our universe and places a quantum harmonic oscillator at each point with the zero-point energy we know of in quantum mechanics, we calculate that each proton contains within it the entire mass-energy of the observable universe (or is this including dark matter and dark energy?) This clearly shows that there is something fundamental about our universe tied to this distance. Perhaps it's a massive phi^x ratio from the planck distance to the radius of the universe? but since the radius of the universe is expanding, does that mean the planck distance is expanding? and what does that say about the laws and constants we initially used to calculate the value in the first place?
Probably way to many questions to be fully answered right away, but I'd truly appreciate any insight you can give.
Thanks for your time,