12. The Secret of Time 
(2) The secret of time:
The secret of time is concealed in the motion of galaxies.
Look at the pictures of galaxies again.
They look just like the still images of furiously rotating objects.
As you know, the galaxy is rotating around its axis.
It takes about 200 million years for a galaxy to rotate once.
Why does it take so long time despite their violent appearances?
That's because we are actually living in a micro world inside a cell of a gigantic being.
Since 10^30 seconds would pass in our world during one second of the gigantic being, even 200 million years must be nothing but a fraction of moment for him.
As he must be recognizing the galaxies as atoms, he will consider the galactic rotation period as the atomic rotation period.
The universe is so replicated in the same ratio at each fractal level that the atomic rotation period he will measure must be just the same as the period we measure from the atom.
Now I'm going to calculate the atomic rotation period on the basis of the principle of time of the Fractal Cosmology.
You may probably think my intention as absurd because you know such a subject belongs to the field of quantum mechanics.
But, you will come to realize that any Cosmic phenomenon can be interpreted logically by the Fractal Cosmology.
In the Fractal Cosmology, the flow of time would change in proportion to the change of space scale.
Accordingly, the ratio of the atomic rotation period to the galactic rotation period can be expressed as below;
Atomic rotation period : galactic rotation period
= atomic radius : galactic radius
We know already the ratio of [atomic radius : galactic radius].
And, we can take 200 million years for the galactic rotation period.
Actually, the galactic rotation period varies to the position in a galactic system. However, when considering the tenfold variation, the period of 200 million years may cover any case regardless of the position.
Consequently, the above formula can be arranged as below;
q : 200 million years = 1 : 2.84×10^30
q : 6.31×10^15 seconds = 1 : 2.84×10^30
∴ q = (6.31×10^15 seconds)÷(2.84×10^30)
= (6.31 ÷ 2.84) x 10^1530
= 2.22×10^15 second
According to the calculation based on the principle of time of the Fractal Cosmology, the atomic rotation period is 2.22×10^15 second.
Then, let's compare this result with the data of physics.
Niels Bohr, a Danish physicist who won the Nobel Prize, is very famous for having applied quantum mechanics to the study of atomic structure for the first time.
His theory, though classical, agrees exactly with the actuality when applied to the hydrogen atom.
When Bohr's theory is applied to the hydrogen atom, the rotation frequency in case of quantum number 2 is 8.2×10^14 times per second.
From this, the atomic rotation period is calculated as 1.22×10^15 second.
Compare this with the result got from the principle of time of the Fractal Cosmology.
For your reference, the atomic rotation period varies to the quantum numbers.
Quantum number 2 corresponds to the parts of visible rays in the atomic spectrum.
As the galactic rotation is observed from the visual rays, we will also have to consider the case of quantum number 2.
And, the rotation period varies a little to the kind of atom, but such differences are quite negligible in this comparison.
The amazing agreement between the results from quantum mechanics and from the Fractal Cosmology proves the validity of this new Cosmology.
The universe is replicated in a fractal structure, and the flow of time changes in proportion to the change of space scale.
This may be the very secret of time and space that mankind has long wished to know.

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