Quantum Gravity Research (QGR) research scientist Russ Gries used his homemade 3D printer (that he has been building from scratch for the past 4 years) to create 3D models of the Quasicrystalline Spin Network, the Planck scale substructure of spacetime we envision and on which we want to model physics. Read More
A Twitter user asked us, “if the quasicrystals are fractal and fundamental, wouldn’t they leave an imprint on many levels of reality?”
Response by Klee:
They do leave an imprint on physical reality. For example, the universe may have icosahedral symmetry.
Solid-state physics provides evidence of golden ratio values related to the E8 lattice. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100107143909.htm
The golden ratio is a fundamental signature of quasicrystals found in nature whether that be 1-D, 2-D or 3-D.
Quantum mechanics has a fundamental relationship to the golden ratio as shown in the work of Lucien Hardy of the Perimeter Institute.
All of chemistry can be understood by all the understanding of the simplest atom, hydrogen. The work of Herovska, Suresh and Koga showed how the golden ratio is fundamentally related to the hydrogen atom.
Check out this presentation regarding the quasicrystalline nature of consciousness in the universe – it has more specific references to some of the above statements: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILUlqd6O0MQ