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QuoteOriginally posted by: outrunDeepest Mandelbrot zoom ever=That we can find a micromandelbrot at 10^-20 implies that if we go to 10-^40 at the analogous part of the micromandelbrot, we'll find another even tinier micromicromandelbrot.

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Petrie's' meanderings

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QuoteOriginally posted by: Traden4AlphaQuoteOriginally posted by: outrunDeepest Mandelbrot zoom ever=That we can find a micromandelbrot at 10^-20 implies that if we go to 10-^40 at the analogous part of the micromandelbrot, we'll find another even tinier micromicromandelbrot.Can you prove it?

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QuoteOriginally posted by: tagomaQuoteOriginally posted by: Traden4AlphaQuoteOriginally posted by: outrunDeepest Mandelbrot zoom ever=That we can find a micromandelbrot at 10^-20 implies that if we go to 10-^40 at the analogous part of the micromandelbrot, we'll find another even tinier micromicromandelbrot.Can you prove it?Personally, no. But I'm sure I've seen stuff on the self-similarity of all those little copies of the Mandelbrot set.

This one is also visually amazing. Grasp a beer, plug your headset and enjoy..

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TI - Golden Ratio

g+Multifractals suggest the existence of an unknown physical mechanism on the Sun The Universe is Still Not a Hologram

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NYT - The mathematically proven winning strategy for 14 of the most popular gamesQuoteFrom Risk to tic-tac-toe, popular games involve tons of strategic decisions, probability and math. So one happy consequence of being a data nerd is that you may have an advantage at something even non-data nerds understand: winning.So how do you win (almost) every game in existence, do you ask? Here are 20 data visualizations that offer lots of insight into the most popular games in America, including chess, Connect Four, Monopoly, Pac-Man, "Wheel of Fortune" and much more.Battleship | Chess 1 | Chess 2 | Chess 3 | A coin toss | Connect Four | Diplomacy | "Jeopardy!" | Monopoly 1 | Monopoly 2 | Monopoly 3 | Monopoly 4 | Pac-Man | "The Price is Right" | Rock-paper-scissors | Scrabble | Texas hold ?em | Tic-tac-toe | Winning in Vegas

oops!I dropped my Petrie Polygons