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Galactic Cluster XGC-2342Battle of the Jaggies and SmoothiesSpacefilling Seahorse Valley
Battle of the Jaggies and Smoothies
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Description: Once there were two peoples in Triple Matchmaker land: the Jaggies, dark and angular in their forms, and the Smoothies, light-toned swirls and graceful arcs.

Nobody knows how the feud started, but the struggle to control territory has resulted in the most fantastically convoluted borders, and infinite regresses where each faction has captured a beachhead behind the other's lines.

This spacefilling Julia set is a small parameter tweak away from "Histology Slide", "The Megapennate Nebula", and "Cytospiralovirus". The latter's spirals became the Jaggies, and the star-patterns in the former in the lower right region became the coiled forms of the Smoothies. The irregular borders between their territories actually are influenced by a third Julia pattern, which would solidify to become a Herman ring with a larger jump of the parameters.
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Posted by: Pauldelbrot June 26, 2014, 12:31:44 AM

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