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A Seahorse Odyssey XLIISpring Garden XaPalm Tree
Spring Garden Xa
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Description: This zoom into Spring Garden IXa shows some of the filaments running in between the two "thick" spirals. Seahorses, spirals of both types, and nested lakes are all apparent, in a plethora of floral colors.

There are prominent areas of approximate 2-fold symmetry around, of which the largest are clearly seen to not contain minibrots -- the center region changes massively from one to the next, and the upper left one clearly has a hollow center! This happens in systems with additional free critical points, when one critical point hits preimages of the other critical point at certain parameter values.

This branch will divide in two after this image, with one branch continuing into a smaller twofold pattern in this image's exact center and the other exploring one of the blue lakes' shores not far from one of the big "false doubling zones".
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Posted by: Pauldelbrot August 20, 2012, 07:40:02 AM

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