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Nature’s Math: Precise Beyond Human Imagining
The Fractals of Our Lives
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The Mathematical Acid Trip
When science fiction and nonfiction author Arthur C. Clarke says that mathematics is infinitely complex, most people would agree.
But, the truth is, they have no idea what infinite really means.
A classic example of complex mathematics is the fractal, a repeating pattern which presents itself in a number of natural phenomena, from snowflakes to earthquakes.
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