Thursday, January 19, 2006

How To Find God? Do The Math!


When I was in the third grade we were given something called "The New Math." Having little experience with numbers it really didn't seem any different from "The Old Math" which I hadn't really understood either. (Didn't you just hate long division?)

Well folks, there is a new math in town that's even older than The Old Math and I've been studying it's ramifications for the world we live in. It's called "Fractal Geometry" and it shows on a grand scale that God has essentially created a "paint by numbers" universe.

I was first introduced to fractal Geometry by Dan Winter, creator of "Cardiofeedback." His writings on the subject showed me how fractals are the numerical underpinning of the universe and are evident everywhere you look from the sub atomic to the galactic.

Winter's work shows that the human heart is the "Fractal Attractor" that connects physical existence with the "Magnetic Event" that we often refer to as "The Soul." (This will be the subject of my Tuesday post.")

But on the fun side, fractals can be played with and enjoyed. I am currently playing with a toy called Fractal Explorer 2.02 that allows me to create amazing infinite images. I'm even learning how to create short animated fractal movies. For those of you out there with high speed internet, I have found someone in google that has animated fractals that you can download. These are large files, 30+MB but well worth the free price of admission. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

http://www.fractal-recursions.com/anim.html

Namaste,

Subway

2 comments:

Thankful said...

hey Subway, I love to find math in everything! We must be the same age since I was also in 3rd grade when 'New Math' came to town! but absolutely loved long division...

Tom Lehrer does a fun song about new math...
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002KO7/sr=1-3/qid=1137882893/ref=pd_bbs_3/002-9097050-8118407?%5Fencoding=UTF8

:-)

Namaste'

Subway said...

If someone had told me about Fractal Geometry when I was in third grade I probably would have been a geek. Who would have imagined that it would be the key to eternity. It's hard to think that the image here is generated by numbers.