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A Fractal Topology of Time: Implications for Consciousness and Cosmology

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"Layman's Abstract: This dissertation looks at how there is a texture to our temporal experience, how sometimes time seems to go faster, or slower, and how, on rare occasions, it seems to stop altogether. I suggest that this is a result of
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    A FRACTAL TOPOLOGY OF TIME: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSCIOUSNESS AND COSMOLOGY  by Kerri Welch A Dissertation Submitted to the California Institute of Integral Studies in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities with a concentration in Philosophy and Religion and an emphasis in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness. California Institute of Integral Studies San Francisco, CA 2010   CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL I certify that I have read A Fractal Topology of Time: Implications for Consciousness and Cosmology by Kerri Welch, and that in my opinion this work meets the criteria for approving a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctorate of Philosophy in Humanities with a concentration in Philosophy and Religion and an emphasis in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies.  _______________________________________ Brian Swimme, Doctor of Philosophy, Chair Faculty, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness  __________________________________________ Sean Kelly, Doctor of Philosophy Faculty, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness  __________________________________________ Don Salisbury, Doctor of Philosophy Faculty, Austin College   © 2010 Kerri Welch        ––-Original-Nachricht––- Betreff: Copyright permission request Datum: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 21:02:41 +0200 Von: <kwelch@wildmail.com>  An: <320048784530-0001@T-Online.de>  August 26, 2009 Dear Dr. Susie Vrobel: I am completing a doctoral dissertation at California Institute of Integral Studies entitled "A Fractal Topology of Time: Implications for Cosmology and Consciousness." I would like your permission to reprint in my dissertation images from the following: Vrobel, Susie. 1998. Fractal time. Houston, Texas: The Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research. The image to be reproduced is Figure 21 which illustrates the scale invariance of LODs 1-4+ of the Koch curve. The requested permission extends to any future revisions and editions of my dissertation, including non-exclusive world rights in all languages, and to the prospective publication of my dissertation by ProQuest Information and Learning (ProQuest) through its UMI® Dissertation Publishing business. ProQuest may produce and sell copies of my dissertation on demand and may make my dissertation available for free internet download at my request. These rights will in no way restrict republication of the material in any other form by you or by others authorized by you. Your signing of this letter will also confirm that you own [or your company owns] the copyright to the above-described material. If these arrangements meet with your approval, please sign this letter where indicated below and return it to me in the enclosed return envelope. Thank you very much. Sincerely, Kerri Welch PERMISSION GRANTED FOR THE USE REQUESTED ABOVE: Susie Vrobel  __________________________ Susie Vrobel Date:27 August 2009 From: Susanne.Vrobel@t-online.de To: kwelch@wildmail.com Subject:  AW: Copyright permission request Date: 8/27/2009 1:30:48 AM
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