# Astounding Quantum Physics Discoveries The Fourth Dimension Of Space Has Been Discovered

This theory has far-reaching implications and has changed our perceptions of space and time. What Physicists discovered is that we are all continuously moving not just in three-dimensional space but in four-dimensional spacetime. In a similar way, all objects in the real world are moving in a four-dimensional spacetime, at a constant velocity as that of light. Sounds astounding but it’s true.

# Fractal Pattern in a Quantum Material Confirmed for the First Time!

The word fractal has become increasingly popular, although the concept started more than two centuries ago in the 17th century with prominent and prolific mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz. Leibnitz is believed to have addressed for the first time the notion of recursive self-similarity, and it wasn’t until 1960 that the concept was formally stabilized both theoretically and practically, through the mathematical development and computerized visualizations by Benoit Mandelbrot, who settled on the name “fractal”.

Fractals are defined mainly by three characteristics:

1. Self-similarity: identical or very similar shapes and forms at all scales.
2. Iteration: a recursive relationship limited only by computer capacity. With sufficiently high performance, the iterations could be infinite. This allows for very detailed shapes at every scale, that modify with respect to the first iteration, manifesting the original shape at some levels of iteration. Because of this, fractals may have emergent properties, which make them a suitable tool for complex systems.
3. Fractal dimension, or fractional dimensions: describes the counter-intuitive notion that a measured length changes with the length of the measuring stick used; it quantifies how the number of scaled measuring sticks required to measure, for example, a coastline, changes with the scale applied to the stick.
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# Eventos acima da velocidade da luz unificam Física Quântica e Relatividade

Unificação da Mecânica Quântica com a Teoria da Relatividade

Por quase cem anos, a Mecânica Quântica aguarda uma teoria mais profunda para explicar a natureza de seus fenômenos misteriosos. E, sonho de todos os físicos, talvez uma teoria que a unifique com a Teoria da Relatividade.