Fractals are sublime.

17 January 2011 § Leave a comment

In geometry, a fractal is based on a mathematical equation that, due to functions of which I have no clue, creates an infinitely complex shape–too complex to account for in standard Euclidian geometry. The closer you zoom into a fractal, the more complexity you find. This one is called the Mandlebrot set.


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