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Wormholes in the Universe

 

If everything did emerge from “nothing,” what’s to say that it didn’t all come from an identical “nothing” that was there before it and that it just starts over again and will keep doing so over and over and over and over and over………Ad infinitum.

Visual proof: Fractals

A mathematic equation based upon the set brought from Asia to to the emerging intelligencia of the European Renaissance by Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Fibonacci, changed the way the world would look at numbers

Called the Fibonacci sequence it attempts to measure outgoing or receding “nothings” as pure algorithms. The ratio of sequential elements of the Fibonacci sequence approaches the golden ratio asymptotically. Put into motion with modern computerized animation by Benoit Mandelbrot using his mathematical set of points it is easy to imagine the existence of eternal worm holes leading on to a never ending multiverse.

Computer artist Jack Cooper’s Fractal Recursion Art does give one pause though. His versions of the worm holes produce outstanding intricacies and a multitude of variations proving that Fibonacci’s never ending sequence of 0,1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377….. is absolutely beautiful visually as well as in its mental concept, Does the fractal manipulation of each distending set depicted within Coopers work move the multiverse theorem one step closer to an understanding.

Or is it that our limited methods of mathmatics lead us to see visions that realy do not exsit