Humans Are Constantly Fractals

Humans Are Constantly Fractals

The question that is keeping my mind busy these days is if humans are fractals not in their bodies only, but also in their emotions. We know that our nervous system, lungs, artilleries are all fractals. Human bodies have cellular structure. Are or cells fractal too? Are our emotions fractal too? The consistency of design necessitates the answers to be yes. I wanted to find support for this idea. Fractals are rough shapes that look the same at all scales.

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The advancement of technology has made our insights deeper. The new research tools opened the way for us to answer these questions. Recent research has shown that the environment of cells is indeed fractal. In new experiments, Sebastien Huet and AurΓ©lien Bancaud of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, tracked the movement of molecules within cells in a lab dish, and then compared the pattern of movement against mathematical models. Large molecules, they found, moved according to the same rules as small molecules β€” suggesting that their environment was truly fractal. Not only is that as bacterial growth in cells fractal as well. Despite bacterial colonies always forming circular shapes as they grow, their internal divisions are highly asymmetrical and branched. Dr Jim Haseloff, from the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge, found that Fractal patterns spontaneously emerge during bacterial cell growth. He concluded "as each bacterium grows in a single direction, lines or files of cells are formed, but these files are unstable to small disturbances. As large numbers of cells push and shove against each other, mechanical instability leads to buckling and folding of cell files. This is repeated as the cells continue to grow and divide, leading to the formation of rafts of aligned cells arranged in self-similar branching patterns or fractals". This finding reminds me of the huge number of molecules that crowd our bodies. Apparently, this crowdedness lead to fractal formation the same way fractals build up in the cells of bacteria. Humans are all fractals.

If humans are all fractals then are their emotions fractals too. Yes, they are. The stock market shows fractal movement. The ElliottΒ waves are fractal. Mountaineers build up fractals of emotions as they ascend. You may refer to my presentation on "Emotions in Action" for more details. The image below is the evidence.

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In the case of stock markets the prevailing emotions provoke of greed and fear causes the stretching and folding of investors to show constantly the same fractal behavior of the stock markets everywhere. It is a global phenomenon. We are not only fractal bodies, but also fractal emotions. I wonder if emotions get overcrowded like cells so that they too stretch and fold to form the fractals in markets. The stock markets reflect the interactions of investors and how they push against each other to cause the fractal structure of markets. Humans no matter where they come from have all fractal bodies and emotions and the consistency of fractals leads to fractal actions. The behavior of large populations can be hard to predict and the greater the population is predictability becomes less; regardless this population is cells, humans, emotion, molecules in the air and in our bodies.

Our societies are heavily populated. Our social networks are heavily populated. beBee is increasingly getting more popular and populated. The crowdedness of ideas is becoming too heavily populated. Where shall these trends lead us? I shall try to answer this question in my next buzz.

I dedicate this buzz to Joris Plaatstaal, who has enriched my mind by exchanging comments with me on my previous buzzes. I say to Joris: I am grateful to you.


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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#34
Beutiful term "Affinity Fractals" this is dear Praveen Raj Gullepalli. I love it. Please share here the links to your relevant articles.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Thank you dear Mohammed Sultan for this great comment. You may notice the fractality of or brain cells from image 1 of this buzz (brain cell fractals). So, I am in agreement with you.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#28
Again, the chaotic weather is very difficult to forecast and even for three days. The prediction over the short time span can be reasonably accurate, but not with certainty. Emotions lead to the fractal formation of Elliot waves in the stock market. Again, very short time spans could be reasonably predicted, but not for longer times.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Again, the chaotic weather is very difficult to forecast and even for three days. The prediction over the short time span can be reasonably accurate, but not with certainty. Emotions lead to the fractal formation of Elliot waves in the stock market. Again, very short time spans could be reasonably predicted, but not for longer times.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#26
I wish to thank you Sara Jacobovici to respond.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #16

#23
First, I'd like to thank Ali Anani. I don't mind repeating myself Deb, you are truly a gifted writer, not only in style but in your ability to find the words to describe your ideas, thoughts and feelings in a way that is clear and available to your readers. Your comment is rich with insight and ideas. I will focus on one that came quickly to mind. One of the things that came to mind is the distinction between patterns and repetition. We can be standing still and still be in motion. (Interesting that the word still can be used to describe movement and time.) Just as we can be standing still and continue to be in motion, we can be stuck in our repetitions. You write, "The pattern becomes self-reinforcing and imperceptible because there no longer is an initiating cause". I would slightly modify that and say it's not that the initiating cause is no longer there, the initiating cause has become part of the pattern, an element of the loop, it is no longer the catalyst of the pattern. So, in a way, we can say that when we are stuck, it is because we are no longer open to receiving information from a new source. Patterns are formed by bringing elements together and taking on a shape of their own. When "input" stops, so does the formation, the pattern gets stuck into a repetitive loop.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#23
Deb Helfrich- I have yet to find a fault line with your thinking. You always amaze me with the quality of your thinking. Your first line testifies to what I am saying "We are pattern-making creatures, but we tend to prefer narratives, rather than finding the more jagged patterns of actual life". You know that we have been claiming that systems tend to reach a state of balance. Now, we say some systems at least tend to reach their instability to self-reorganize into novel structures. May be that is the value of having fault lines. Stretching and folding is the way for these systems to accommodate large number of crowded molecules into a limited space. Like our lungs they occupy low volume in our bodies, but their surface area is enough to fill a tennis court. This way our lungs work so beautifully. Stretching and folding achieve this low volume, but high surface area requirements.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#22
John Valledor-- you ask challenging and probing questions. The answer is emotions aren't visible like wind. The way to "see" them is by tracking the outcome of their actions. The mounteer graph and Elliot waves are examples of the tracking results.. They show repeating patterns and with fractal dimensions. Like weather, we can't predict the future too distant in the future with any certainty, but we may make reasonably good predictions for the near future. As for the scaling up/down of emotions- yes, there have been efforts and one good example is this reference: https://fractalenlightenment.com/27015/life/the-effect-of-positive-emotions-on-our-health

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#18
I don't wish to distract the discussion from the theme of the buzz to topics of your own interest. Not only math is flawed, but also all sciences are as well. But this is how we learn. We build on and improve our understanding and sometimes completely sweep away previews ones. It is from the flaws that we learn and progress. We are in a continuous wave of learning.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#18
I don't wish to distract the discussion from the theme of the buzz to topics of your own interest. Not only math is flawed, but also all sciences are as well. Bet this is how we learn. We build on and improve our understanding and sometimes completely sweep away previews ones. It is from the flaw that we learn and progress. W are in a continuous wave of learning.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

I suggest your this hugely interesting reference There is mathematical evidence behind the fractality of waves, too. The slope of a sine wave is a cosine wave, and versa. That means that no matter how many times you find the derivative of a waveform, it is another waveform; the pattern is fractal because its rate of change is reminiscent of its change; there is meta similarity. I propose that waves and fractals are one and the same manifestation, the essential form of the universe. http://hunterbobeck.me/Projects/The-Equivalencies/The-Fractal-Wave-Universe.html

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#13
I told you before wwe agreed to disagree. Your comment says why.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#11
"Gravity works in fluid waves not in fractal segments"...this is your writing Max Carter Remember Elliot waves are fractal waves.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#8
CityVP Manjit- you nourished my heat with your super comment. I watched the 61/2 minute video. To capture the value of your comments I wish people would first watch the video and then read your comment. You made me feel that you photographed emotions as if they were moving bodies. This is the challenge you took and surmounted admirably "People have a hard time in understanding what fractal geometry is, so the challenge of seeing emotional fractals becomes exponentially more challenging -you ". Thank you also for sharing the buzz.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#7
Sara Jacobovici- I had to get the definition of "contortionist"and I loved this expression. I am very thankful for your appreciation and for reflecting the main idea of this buzz. Your understanding is very deep.

CityVP Manjit

CityVP Manjit

4 years ago #6

The city scene in the clip from Koyaanisqatsi [Hopi word for life out of balance or crazy life] does not play on the logical but the emotional, emphasized by the great music of Philip Glass. To look for evidence of fractal emotions we need to observe our own emotions in relationship and interaction with the individual observations of other human beings Koyaanisqatsi - City Scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNzH59-juFM The emotional fractal in Koyaanisqatsi is how it is we as human beings notice patterns. Yet this is at the higher order of thinking. Patterns are also noticed at the lowest order of thinking, which is what led to the formation of religious belief and interpreting cosmology and linking it a greater divine order - all of this the emotional fractal in operation. That we don't see it is simply when we have eyes but do not see, that we don't hear it likewise with our ears. People have a hard time in understanding what fractal geometry is, so the challenge of seeing emotional fractals becomes exponentially more challenging - but the patterns are there - even in architecture and the pattern recognition Christopher Alexandra noticed - but first it takes time to notice new patterns and then the patience to convert those new patterns into new ways of thinking and acting. Christopher Alexander - Pattern Language https://www.patternlanguage.com/aims/intro.html

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #5

You are a contortionist Ali Anani; you are a fractally composed human being who is able to look at the fractal patterns we produce, biochemically, neuro-chemically, emotionally, and so on. At the same time you present the simplicity of the complex nature of our being: "Humans no matter where they come from have all fractal bodies and emotions and the consistency of fractals leads to fractal actions." Thank you Dr. Ali for allowing us to see the patterns emerge.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#5
You bring a relevant point dear debasish majumder. Cancerous cellular growth is due to their chaotic growth. This could be because of low-quaityy food. I know that our bodies need lots of water. We must have enough daily quantities of it; however excessive amounts of water can be harmful. Thank you for the information on water. We don't either want to drain our cells of water or wet them excessively.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Dear @Mohammed Sultan- like almost no two fingerprints are identical I dare say the same to fractals. No human fractals are exactly of the same structure. Just like trees no trees are identical, even though structurally they look the same. Are human fractals the new fingerprints? For emotions are molecules with different charges. The more crowded we are with emotions, we notice the crowdedness effect observed in labs by bacterial cells. It leads eventually to self-organizing in the form of fractals. Now, which emotions are charged with, the interactions of these molecular emotions shall be. If negative emotions prevail with high intensity they shall give a structurally different fractal from that of say "balanced emotions". I thank you for crowing my mind with your revealing comment. You, too, provoke my mind.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
Yes, - I fully agree that humans are the best of Creation. It is the consistency of creation that amazed me to write this buzz. How come bacterial cells and human cells bbe so relevant? This is possible only if the Creator is the same one.

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

Mohammed Abdul Jawad

4 years ago #1

Ali Anani Human being, by form and faculties, is best of all the Creation. Isn't that truth? Aha.. with simple truths we can beautify our lives with truthful aims and actions. Otherwise, falling into abysmal abstract theories may hinder our physical existence into inactivity, and instead of plausible pursuits we may turn our temporal lives with trivial pastimes. Btw, your grim, pensive posts always inspire me to think the other way. :)

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