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Jason D. Elmore-Padgett

Jason D. Elmore-Padgett

Class of 1989

Jason D. Elmore-Padgett (now just Jason Padgett) is now a number theorist and mathematician. He was the first to discover how to hand draw fractals of anything. Fractals are mathematical shapes that describe everything that exists. He then discovered the connection between E=MC^2 and fractals leading to a new way to write Einstein's most famous equation. Einstein's equation (E=MC^2) describes what energy is equal to but does not describe where that energy comes from. The equation doscovered by Mr. Padgett is hf=mc^2. It appears to show not just what energy is equal to but (and this is truly amazing), where energy itself comes from. A full explanation with many hand drawn fractals are on display at several website and the originals are being sold during Art Basel Miami. The two link's below show his hand drawn fractals and are documents of proof. I hope you enjoy them like I did. If his hf=mc^2 equation proves to be true when tested with particle accelerators it will be the greatest discovery in the history of science.

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