# Is the spherical nature of the Earth used to artificially constrain a mathematical fractal pattern in the Holographic Universe?

Best answer: A recursive Fourrier analysis of an n dimensional transform of the original predicate would suggest that there's a non-trivial likelihood of the answer being a positive maybe.

No, it is NOT used to artificially or mathematically constrain anything. in an abstract digital holographic universe. The Universe IS NOT a hologram.

I am afraid that it is not a 1 to 1 translation of Theory of Fractals.

A recursive Fourrier analysis of an n dimensional transform of the original predicate would suggest that there's a non-trivial likelihood of the answer being a positive maybe.

The question does not make sense. Please read

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographi...

Check the references at the article, and ask yourself: what would be a fractal pattern at the space given by string theory?

And, reversing the question around: Earth would be within a projection of a higher-dimensional space, not a constraint on that space.

Neb

You forgot to negate the bilinear cofactor, Iridflare.

Iridflare

Damn - I'm always not doing that!