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Dimensions of a Broken Universe


This series, started in 2014, tries to find connections between physics, math, cosmology and introspection. The title was chosen carefully for it should demonstrate the content of this collection.

It theorizes dimensions, often seen in tesseracts or tesseract nets, and even the mind plays a huge role, more specifically the broken and paradox mind.

In my studies I often found broad connections between how my mind works and how the cosmos behaves. It's a paradox-seeming behaviour like the contradictory two pillars of modern physics; The war between probabilistic and deterministic views, or more clearly; Quantum Mechanics versus General Relativity!

This fight is excerted in my mind too, it's like phase transitions between order and chaos, order that arises out of chaos in a most wonderful manner. This phenomenon can not only be seen in in how my thoughts behave, but in many other examples of nature, in physics, chemistry, biology and many other sciences too.

In the end it underlies the principle of synergetics, the study of interaction which shapes a beautiful braid between holistic connections and reductionistic details, between generality and individuality.

This series will try to connect mathematical thinking with artistic creativity in a way that's illustrated in utterly surreal pieces.

Paradoxity may appear and disappear in the dimensions of a broken universe.

Welcome to ordered chaos,

and let the darkness show the light!


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Hyperspace



'Welcome to hyperspace!', said the time traveler as he took you to another dimension. And this dimension may be time. Time and spacetime are very wobbly and wavy things, they never stagnate and are all the time moving. This can be seen in a phenomenon, called "Quantum foam". John A,. Wheeler took this name to describe the wild interactions on the microscopic scale very figuratively. This wobbly and wild texture of space and time can be seen in the background of this picture; it's never smooth just like the texture of spacetume itself! The part with the dots can be viewed as the hypothesis that the entire spacetime has a grainy nature. It can also be viewed as a kind of self-organization of complex systems: The background appears like it has some order if you view it holistically. But if you look at the details, the dots themselves, it appears like disorder. It would be the reductionistic view. In the foreground there is a melt clock. You can see, it points to the numbers 1 and 4. They stand for four dimensions and for one time dimension. The cube-like thing on the left is a tesseract or hypercube.




Hyperspace
Superposition of a Klein Bottle (may cause a) Big Bang
Digital vs. Analog - The Innermost
The Sphere in a hyper-cuboidal World
Quantum Tunnelling