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« on: November 19, 2012, 10:52:32 PM »

unbalanced directive



http://www.fractalforums.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=12802

felt like doing some retro style fractal in mandelbulber.
there is still no match for this rendering engine out there...

have fun!
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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2012, 11:42:39 PM »

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Greetings and Salutations again Master Taurus66.

Diagnosis CritÚria : Compositionality  : Rambunctiously volatile as usual with sub-contortions with smoothed blue orange geometrusities, under the premise of bending the fabric of minds times stretching the perspective up in the air, questioning there the very relevance of what, what is? What is what? And who are we to question what we see, thanks to thee?

4 without thee, Master, we could not see these things!
Thank you!

What we get a great kick out of in this painting of yours, is the playful interplay of your secret algorithmic formulas, procreating natures fractal creations so humans with eyes can see them for the first time in time! They were always there, but in secret to humans


Scientist won't believe what you have done! Unless you can prove it by giving them the formulas, and the controls, governing the creations, in the time frames, conditions, applications used, and instructional how to's, only then, if the product results can be reproducible, will they concede your image is real. Saying it is real, is not enough, in a scientist view! Please do not give them your formulas Master, they are not worthy!

What about the scientific constructs?


In a scientist view it is worthless! Interesting, very interesting! That is the scientist perspective construct!


What about the religiosities constructs?  




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The ribs, the ribs, once upon a time, one religious story weaved a fairy tale that says : Then the LORD God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. Poor man! Poor, poor fellow! Prior to  then, was he better off without her ? When he had all of his ribs was he happier? Did the purpose of the removal of the rib done to delight the man? Incite the man? Drive him into hell? Why would you want man, to go to hell? What was his life like before? Fractally ? How does one decide which rib to remove to make a woman out of?
The rib with the hole in it? The rib was it not, removed to punish man? Man would be womanless if he had all his ribs?

There are unknowns that will remain unknowns!

What a magnificent painting, iconic in its magnitude. thank you, its a pleasure.


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