Fractals reflect nature, life, and reality.

They describe in a visual sense what we can confirm about our reality or at least the repetitive “self-similar” patterns which are in abundance.

Fractals demonstrate how the structure of nature is assembled. Pattern after pattern exists with variations on every level of zoom and within every level of zoom. Consider this as a sort of map of the patterns from the cosmos to the smallest level. Sure, there are multiple copies of the various equations and their visual structures. Therefore, multiple universes are likely.

Perhaps consciousness exists in spirals of all kinds, from galaxies, to DNA, to atoms. Everything that changes space and time participates in this flow.

We can see from the fractal view an illustration of patterns that repeat throughout. Each structure contains smaller and smaller versions of itself, each with its insanely repetitive theme and each with its own equally repetitive variation. No area is completely dissimilar from any other, and yet each spot has infinite variation both surrounding it and within its details if you zoom.

The spiral in galaxies and at the basis of all matter causes changes in spacetime. These changes are the result of their gravity and radiance. Matter made up of rotating pieces seems to change space and time as a mere coincidence to their mass and movement. Radiance comes in various forms. Gravity, light, and an exchange of ions as in the case of atoms are other forms.

In the case of DNA chains, they also change space and time as a result of the realization of the information contained in the DNA. In other words, the genes create the spacetime machine. The spacetime machine creates changes in the spacetime by rearranging its molecules through digestion, movement, and even some very high methods such as abstract thought.

The universe supplies what is needed in the form of DNA to create the bodies. Those bodies create the behaviors needed to form societies and create the type of thought machine that can grasp the ideas which we humans have grown into.

Simple observation of animal behavior shows us that survival, humor, affection, and obsolescence are some of the key features of all lives in every species of mammals.

So what does that mean to those of us who see a similarity on every level of existence?

Isn’t it easy to imagine the galaxies being life-forms? Even life-forms with intentions and probably behaviors are likely to sense and interact with the galaxies around them.

What happens if we learn about the universe we live in and at the same time learn how reality functions and how we function within the structure? What happens when our perspective on nature, life, and reality shifts through new knowledge?

Fractals reflect nature, life, and reality.