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Fractals May Be A Clue To Behavior Inside Black Holes

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 22, 2002 06:41:07 UTC

Hi Ray,
I am glad you are talking with me...some of those guys like Harv (Nicholas) are rather unfair, I think.
Alternately, maybe Nicholas had expectations which
he did not communicate to me. And I had not been
treated with kid gloves so might have been insensitive.

The "unfair" theory looks pretty strong.

Anywho, there is some merit in the math and
we ought to honor the folks who do the work
in the trenches to bring back material which
forms these explanations.
Respect for mathematicians is very worthwhile...
and maybe they have an occupational hazard of having assumptions about equations which translates in everyday experience
to having assumptions about persons...
I am sorry if I upset Nicholas in my inability
to see what would really upset him. If he is just being a bad guy, he can go to Dunkel.

I see a dualism in these two topics:
into the vortex -- fractals equation
across vast space -- infinity equations

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