Introduction

The phenomena in our universe show spatial properties and configurations that can be interpreted as the characteristics of a fractal. In mathematics a fractal is known by the simplicity of its creating properties – the equation – and the reappearing of basic configurations at every scale within its range of calculated realization. A clear example of the latter – in relation of our universe – is the emerging of the spherical shape everywhere and at every scale within observable reality.

Unfortunately the first aspect – the simplicity of the properties that create phenomenological reality – isn’t known although modern physics has showed convincingly that there have to be some kind of a unification of all the different properties of the observable phenomena in the universe.

To resolve the problem reality is threatened as a pure mathematical field structure with the help of a bottom up approach. In this way the website describes the mathematical origin of the creating properties of the universe and the relations between known phenomena and the underlying fractal structure.


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