In this essay, I have demonstrated the Fractal Cosmology using various data produced by modern science.
One thing I feel wanting, is that I had to use typical data, which inevitably lead to the adoption of a variation.
If scientists accept this new Cosmology and could sort out which particular celestial bodies correspond to which particular particles in the micro world, the exact comparisons will be possible without any variation.
Today mankind is pouring precious funds and time into the research of fundamental questions of the material world.
If scientists apply the Fractal Cosmology to their research, they may be able to get answers for most questions.
And they could obtain proper interpretations of various phenomenons of the universe, by comparing the micro world with the macro world.
In the infinite universe that is consecutive in a fractal structure, there is neither a beginning nor an ending.
There only exists each level of the fractal universe, and, we understand now the magnification between two adjacent levels is 10^30.
Human science has come almost to the limits of vision.
The Fractal Cosmology may invite mankind into the world of infinity.
(1) Radius of atomic nucleus : radius of galaxial nucleus
= 10^-13 cm : 0.33 light-years
= 1 : 3.12×10^30
(2) Atomic radius : galactic radius
= 1 angstrom : 30,000 light-years
= 1 : 2.84×10^30
(3) Molecular diameter: Group's diameter
= 5 angstroms : 1.5 million light-years
= 1 : 28.4×10^30
(4) Size of macromolecule : magnitude of Cluster
= 300 angstroms : 10 million light-years
= 1 : 3.15×10^30
(5) Size of organelle : magnitude of Supercluster
= 5 microns : 500 million light-years
= 1 : 0.95×10^30
(6) Cellular radius : Cosmic radius
= 25 microns : 15 billion light-years
= 1 : 5.68×10^30
(7) Ultimate Particle's radius : solar radius
= 10^-20 cm : 7×10^5 km
= 1 : 7×10^30
(8) Atomic rotation period : galactic rotation period
= 2.22×10^-15 second : 200 million years
= 1 : 2.84×10^30
(9) Molecular vibration period : Local Group's vibration period
= 10^-13 seconds : 4.73×10^17 seconds
= 1 : 4.73×10^30
Written by Yun Pyo Jung
(2)Chronological Tables 1991,
edited by National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
(3)Barely Existing Things, written by Jae Wan Kim, Ph. D.
[This essay was modified partly from the one published in the 2nd Symposium(1995) of Korea Jungshin Science Society.]