Crashes the Wall
Between Science and Religion
At any given moment, life is completely senseless. But viewed over a period, it seems to reveal itself as an organism existing in time, having a purpose, trending in a certain direction.
Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)
New discoveries in the science and mathematics of Chaos research are revolutionizing our world view. They reveal a hidden fractal order underlying all seemingly chaotic events. The fractals are intricate and beautiful. They repeat basic patterns, but with an infinity of variations and forms. The world-view emerging from this scientific research is new, and yet at the same time ancient. With a little thought, and the help of this web, you can better understand the significance of Chaos and Fractals. You can see how to use these insights in your life to create a bridge between Science andSpirituality.
It is possible to apply this new knowledge to better understand your life, to live autonomously, based on freedom, and your own contact with the Source of the Universe, the Infinite. The revolutionary new Fractal mind-set discovered by scientists and mathematicians can help you to see and understand the beauty and meaning that borders all chaos. These fractals are in space, as shown by the graphics on these webs. These fractals also exist in time, as shown by all life, including your own. We are born and die, we wake up and fall asleep, the sun rises and sets, we breathe in and out. There are basic patterns and structure to time and space that provide a unifying coherence. As the sages of long ago put it, “as above, so below.”
This web will explain some of the science and math of Chaos. It will also suggest how you can apply this new knowledge to fashion your own philosophy of life. A philosophy that will help you to cope with and understand disorder, to realize the underlying fractal structure behind the near infinite, often baffling variety of life experiences.
The Ultimate Paradigm Shift: an introduction to the meaning of the new discoveries in the Science of Chaos. Provides a historical perspective.
The Story of Benoit B. Mandelbrot and the Geometry of Chaos: an overview of the life story and key discoveries of the mathematician who started the Science of Chaos.
The Mathematics of Chaos: an introduction of the basic math behind Chaos and the Mandelbrot set. Simple, yet accurate.
The Four Chaos Attractors: describes the four forces in the Universe which bring order out of chaos.
The Dimensions: describes the five dimensions.