Thanks to Norman Page. I googled around a bit and found a lecture at University College London about the double pendulum, which exhibits chaotic motion. So an m theory of the double pendulum should be related to a fractal theory, because fractals are used to describe chaotic motion. In addition the m force exhibits chaotic behaviour as shown by Horst numerically, so that could lead into a fractal theory of elementary particles. The m(r) function, like fractals, is ubiquitous and exists at all scales. We discovered fractal conic sections in the UFT series so the m theory of elementary particles could produce a fractal theory of elementary particles. It is always important to do a literature search, and with Google this is increasingly easy.

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