Events on the world lines of two theoretical physicists, from the horizon to timelike infinity. A scientifically minded blog with varying amounts of entertainment, distractions, and every day trivialities.
Oh,so, that's the multiverse ;-)I like very much the sunflowers.BTW, the online edtion of the Zeit shows pictures from an exhibition "mathematics and concrete art", which I find much less convincing. At least, they reveal a very rudimentary and naive understanding of what is maths, in my opinion.Best, stefan
Indeed, that's what I also thought. If it comes with such nice pics, I might even begin to like the multiverse idea ;-) Just that today I stumbled across a really awful crackpot site where some guy cooked up a totally wacky interpretation of ten dimensions, the multiverse, quantum mechanics and time travel to argue that you can tunnel from the universe where you're broke to the universe where you're a rich and famous guy. So much about the multiverse and how scientific research 'inspires' our society. (No, I'm not going to link there).Anyway, the fractal I liked best is this one, except for the title 'Alien Blood'. To me it looks more like the first seeds of crystal growth in a liquid or so. Best,B.
Very pretty! I like this one:http://www.mi.sanu.ac.yu/vismath/exhib/sl7.htmIt looks like an unfolding leaf or fern frond.
Hi Rae Ann,true! Looks indeed like a fern, I love these :-) It also reminds me a bit of a hurricane that creates chaos around it. Best,B.
Hello Stefan and Bee,Are you judging a book by it's cover? :)
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