Bio: Leonard Malinowski
Initial belief in the need to unify electromagnetism and gravity within an infinite universe can be traced to many discussions I had with my uncle, John Brecko, in the late 1970s. Initial insight that reality must be Fractal began one warm night in July 1985 after watching The Incredible Shrinking Man, especially the final monologue, in Monroeville, PA at my finance’s house and driving to West Mifflin, PA on my motorcycle. I could think of nothing else for two weeks. This obsession with tearing apart the complex construct of physical reality (Modern Physics) and piecing it back together in a simpler form (Fractal Physics) has continued unabated for decades. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a BS in Chemistry and double major in Physics in April 1988. May 1988 to February 2006 I worked as a Chemist in various Quality roles at three Merck Pharmaceutical sites.
During the last year at Merck I realized my missing links of Fractal Physics, the keys to unlocking this new paradigm; all starlight from any star radiated during its nuclear fusion stage is one cosmic scale antineutrino and our solar system is one cosmic scale neutron about midway through its cosmic scale beta decay process. I had the basic knowledge, enough money, and Merck’s new management did not want me around. The stage was set. From February 2006 to April 2009 I conducted independent research developing Fractal Physics Theory. From April 2009 to date I am employed as a Chemist at BASF during which time I published seven articles. I married my high school sweet heart and we have three lovely daughters. I have dozens of exciting topics I am working on and will share them as soon as possible.