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Offline ceribetoriate

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Faked fractal resolution, right?
« on: 13/02/2010 02:30:12 »
I'm ready to accept that fractal numbers MIGHT be truthfully illustrated like something like this. But unless it is settled that this particular rendition isn't simply FAKED to the most part, I will refuse to even try to boggle my mind with illustrations of proportions of that kind.

newbielink:http://thinkorthwim.com/2010/02/12/mathematical-porn [nonactive]

Of course, a computation like that doesn't pop up from a source like that.
Right? :o [xx(]


 

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Faked fractal resolution, right?
« Reply #1 on: 13/02/2010 15:42:51 »
After further googling into the matter, I suppose that this sort of thing is not too uncommon, even if this degree of "perspective" might make oneself dumbfounded to the limit of, eh, whatever limit there might remain somewhere...

Anyway, what do you think about 3D fractals?
newbielink:http://www.skytopia.com/project/fractal/mandelbulb.html#renders [nonactive]

What if this ugly Mandel-bug flied into your nostril? Sneeze hard!

[ The bloody government should do something to rid us all of them nasty fractals! :P ]
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