Thursday, June 28, 2007

Our Unconscious Religion: Fractal Pantheism

If we weren't to unconsciously believe in Fractal Pantheism, some movies wouldn't be more popular than others because we wouldn't see ourselves in them. We would not be intrigued by some of our dreams. We would not be interested in Astrology. Eastern medicine would not assume that our body somehow represents our soul. Youngsters wouldn't pick flower leaves to find out if the person they desire is in love with them as well. There would be only pictures; no art.

Stories like Gulliver's Travels, Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, or The Matrix would not be fascinating at all.

Many people are probably aware that life goes on on different levels. In superstring theory, after all an attempt to understand the world, they defined ten physical dimensions for describing the world.

But why should there be only ten dimensions?

Well, just judge yourself which of these pictures you find a more attractive image for understanding the world:

The Calabi-Yau Manifold

or the Mandelbrot set:

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