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LogmandyThe rhythm of logarithms.some embedded forms
The rhythm of logarithms.
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Description: To Robert Cotes, who saw it first, but died before he could prove it. De Moivre was looking in another direction at the time.

What you see is the surfaces of the modular aggregate arrangements. On each surface we construct our measuring systems. I have left out the sphere as it obscures the trigonometric surfaces, and i have only shown the base 2 and base e surfaces. We currently use the base 10 surface.

On my screen it is animated. If you have a mac it has in utilities the most elegant grapher imaginable for a utility!
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Keywords: Fractal foundation science geometry computer Turing Benoit 
Posted by: jehovajah February 24, 2011, 11:17:03 AM

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