Fractal Geometry is the Cosmological Principle
The Big Bang Hypernova Hypothesis tells the story of how and why our universe was born into existence through the lens of fractal geometry. A hypernova, following the death of a massive star, is the single most explosive event inside our universe which follows a very specific pattern of behaviour. Driven by the accelerated rotation of the collapsing star’s core charged plasma induces a solenoid magnetic field which shapes a pair of astrophysical jets. Coupled to this the core collapses so completely upon itself that a new black hole is born.
A self-similar object is exactly or approximately similar to a part of itself and is a common feature of fractal patterns. Scale-invariance is an exact form of self-similarity where at any magnification there is a smaller piece of the object that is similar to the whole.
By studying the single most explosive event inside our universe, a hypernova, we gain a template from which we can understand the greatest of all explosions: the Big Bang. By understanding how the Big Bang’s gravitational singularity was born we look to a hypernova as it is the only template in nature we have in which a gravitational singularity is actually born. Namely, a black hole!