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The below is the old, and now defunct, scaling law for K. Marinas' Cyclic Multiverse Hypothesis. The new scaling law, found at [[K. Marinas' Cyclic Multiverse Hypothesis#A Fractal Universe and Physical_Units]], allows for faster-than-light-motion embedded inside normally slower-than-light matter, which could explain the origin of the astronomical quantity of energy now understood in quantum physics as [[:wikipedia:vacuum energy|vacuum energy]].
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The below is the old, and now defunct, scaling law for K. Marinas's Cyclic Multiverse Hypothesis. The new scaling law, found at [[K. Marinas' Cyclic Multiverse Hypothesis#A Fractal Universe and Physical_Units]], allows for faster-than-light-motion embedded inside normally slower-than-light matter, which could explain the origin of the astronomical quantity of energy now understood in quantum physics as [[:wikipedia:vacuum energy|vacuum energy]].
   
 
==[[:Image:Fractaluniversecycle.jpg|A Fractal Universe and Physical Units]]==
 
==[[:Image:Fractaluniversecycle.jpg|A Fractal Universe and Physical Units]]==

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