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1. Cantor set

Pythagoras tree

Moore curve

Julia set

Boundary of the Levy C curve

Sierpinski carpet

3-branches tree

Random walk with no self-intersection

2D DLA Cluster

2. Newton fractal for p(z) = sin(z), coloured by root reached, shaded by number of iterations required

3. Generalized Newton fractal for p(z) = z4 + 3i ? 1, a = 2.1

Newton fractal for x8 + 15x4 ? 16

Generalized Newton fractal for p(z) = z3 ? 1, a = ? 0.5. The colour was chosen based on the argument after 40 iterations.

4. Ooh, that's pretty.

5. Originally Posted by Bella
Ooh, that's pretty.
And even more than pretty - for as we zoom below the quantum level, the sub-atomic particles may rest on two dimensional fractals.

And as we zoom below the first two dimensional fractal, we find another two dimensional fractal and so on as far as you can zoom.

And as we zoom from one fractal to the one below it, we find they are all the same.

And they are all pretty, just like you.

6. Originally Posted by Victor
And even more than pretty - for as we zoom below the quantum level, the sub-atomic particles may rest on two dimensional fractals.

And as we zoom below the first two dimensional fractal, we find another two dimensional fractal and so on as far as you can zoom.

And as we zoom from one fractal to the one below it, we find they are all the same.

And they are all pretty, just like you.

...............hm

7. Originally Posted by Bella
...............hm
Of course, it's just a wild guess.

8. LOL -- it's a wild guess about the two dimensional fractals or that Bella is pretty?

9. Originally Posted by CzeCze
LOL -- it's a wild guess about the two dimensional fractals or that Bella is pretty?
Of course it is a wild guess about the fractals.

I am on much firmer ground with Bella.

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