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Oh my God, It's full of stars!
Oh my God, It's full of stars!
Description: This image was generated by selecting random points from the inside of the Mandelbrot Set and plotting the orbits of each. Each galaxy shape represents one orbital set of points which I refer to as a "Fractal Dynamic Field". It's amazing how much this looks like a real star field image at first glance.
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Keywords: Fractal Cosmology Mandelbrot Fractal Dynamic Fields 
Posted by: Guest April 22, 2010, 04:54:46 PM

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