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A Semi-Translucent Opalescent Fractal ManInk Swirlwooden fractal
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Description: Discrete Volterra-Lotka Julia. A region of the dynamic plane about the "interesting" fixed point is colored by this rule: escaping points are black; trapped points are colored by "closest approach to delayed orbit" -- each iterate from 51 to 500 of a nonescaping point is compared to the point 50 iterations earlier, and the minimum distance between such a pair determines the shade of blue.
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Posted by: Pauldelbrot November 21, 2012, 05:08:19 AM

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