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    Feb 13, 2010 9:54 AM


    Macroeconomic Synchronized Second Fractal Nonlinearity

    The universe is ordered by fractals. The energy within nothingness, which composes the universe, and which the world's greatest (Chinese) philosophers allegorized into the soothing Tao, is self assembled and strung together in fractal patterns.  This interactive self ordering occurs at the most elemental unit energy levels, at various higher order energy quantum levels, and defines all the universe's weak, strong, and electromagnetic forces.

    Nonlinearity characterizes fractals. And the nonlinearity of growth and decay of energy fractal patterns 'connects' the lower order to higher order patterns. This connectivity of interactive energy units at various quantum levels is an important aspect of how things are self assembled and held together.

     Nonlinear events excite the scientist observer. No scientist currently can predict when and where a GRB will occur because of the limitation of available data.  But if the star's size and aging history of nuclear fission/fusion activity were known, the timing of the observable universe's currently most  impressive nonlinear event could be accurately prognosticated.

    If all data were known about the evolving and interactive aging, the intracellular protein/calcium ratio dependent senescence, and apoptosis of all cells within a particular human ( confined to a protective environment, with a steady state of food energy) the more daunting challenge of predicting the timing of a terminal nonlinear event  could occur.

    Unlike predicting the nonlinear timing and occurrence of a GRB or the final natural nonlinear event of  living organism, the macroeconomic system is elegantly simple.  The simplicity makes the macroeconomic system an ideal model for studying fractals and making leaping and  intuitive posits about the nature of energy fractal rearrangements composing the energy forces of the universe.

    For the nonlinear fractal macroeconomic system whose equivalent aging process is defined by debt burden, asset over production, and asset overvaluation, the fractal patterns are elegantly simple and the data is readily available.

    1 January 2010

    The Wilshire:
    71/152 years     x/2-2.5x   ( 2nd fractal nonlinear devolution)
    9/21 of 21 years   x/2.5x     9//4/8/9   years   (2nd fractal nonlinear devolution)
    14/35/28/16 of 21 months    x/2.5x/2x/1.5x
    26/58 of 62-65 months   x/2-2.5x            (2nd fractal nonlinear devolution)

    34/84/65 of 65-68 weeks    x/2.5x/2x   (predicted)

    22-23/44-43 of 43-46   x/2x  then 23/46-57 weeks  2/2.5x   (2nd fractal nonlinear devolution)
    44-46 weeks = 19-20//6/12/9 of 9-12 weeks  or 19-20//x/2x/2x weeks
    and 34/84/65 of 78-84 weeks  y/2.5y/2.5y  

    FEBRUARY 2010 - ENTERING THE 152 YEAR US GREAT SECOND FRACTAL NONLINEARITY WINDOW FOR EQUITIES AND COMMODITIES

    For the Wilshire its daily saturation peak occurred in a 27/55/54 days :: x/2-2.5x/2x  series. Its weekly growth pattern was a decaying fractal growth series of 34/84/68 weeks :: x/2-2.5x/2x.     (empirically occurred)

    13 February 2010

    The  Wilshire's decaying growth was saturated at exactly 34/84/68 weeks :: x/2.5x/2x

    US Equity Serial synchronized Second Fractals x/2x-2.5x

    71/152 years
    46/92 months
    26/59 months
    22/50 of 55 weeks The 22/55 weeks fractal progression composes the 68 weeks (now 71 weeks) of the decaying 34/84/68 week growth fractal

    Will Synchronized Second Fractal Nonlinearity occur in the next 5 weeks?

    As of 13 February a quantum y/2.5y/2.5y decay pattern of 8/16 of 20/20 days would fit the 5 week nonlinear 22/55 week window.
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