# Difference between revisions of "Research on scale invariance and self similarity"

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Apparently fractals are self similar but not fully scale invariant. Dimensionless constants, like our apparently fine tuned and non-axiomatizable universal parameters, are scale invariant (and thus have universal effect). Many aspects of phase transitions are scale invariant. | Apparently fractals are self similar but not fully scale invariant. Dimensionless constants, like our apparently fine tuned and non-axiomatizable universal parameters, are scale invariant (and thus have universal effect). Many aspects of phase transitions are scale invariant. | ||

− | '''Laurent Nottale''' does extensive work in scale invariance. We should ask him for a reference that distinguishes both processes in multiple domains. | + | '''Laurent Nottale''' does extensive work in scale invariance and more generally about scale relativity. We should ask him for a reference that distinguishes both processes in multiple domains. |

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+ | * [http://www.scale-relativity-corner.org Scale relativity corner] "A place to talk about Scale Relativity, its foundations, tools and results." |

## Latest revision as of 06:59, 20 May 2008

Apparently fractals are self similar but not fully scale invariant. Dimensionless constants, like our apparently fine tuned and non-axiomatizable universal parameters, are scale invariant (and thus have universal effect). Many aspects of phase transitions are scale invariant.

**Laurent Nottale** does extensive work in scale invariance and more generally about scale relativity. We should ask him for a reference that distinguishes both processes in multiple domains.

- Scale relativity corner "A place to talk about Scale Relativity, its foundations, tools and results."