This paper studies a new concept called universal
folding. The visible universe is the result of a complex invisible folding
series. There are three major folds (Trifold): from the Plank length, to the
radius of an electron, and finally, to the radius of universe. Each of the three-major
folds follows the same folding formula. Our findings help us understand the
grand architecture of the universe. The ideal average human height, city block
size, city size, diameter of the continents, the diameter of the Sun, the
distance between the Earth and the Sun, the radius of the solar system, the
radius of the Milky Way galaxy, the average diameter of the filament of the
universe, and the radius of the universe are important resonance lengths in the
formula. This paper helps scientists study everything from a new angle and
become aware of the architectural design of the universe.
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