I love Fractals
I love Fractals
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nanoflowers seeded from nano-sized particles of metals that grow, or self assemble, in a natural process. Eye surgeons would implant these fractal devices within the eyes of blind patients, providing interface circuitry that would collect light captured by the retina and guide it with almost 100 percent efficiency to neurons for relay to the optic nerve to process vision.
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Nanoflowers seeded from nano-sized particles of metals that grow, naturally. Eye surgeons would implant these fractal devices within the eyes of blind patients, providing interface circuitry that would collect light captured by the retina and guide it to neurons for relay to the optic nerve for vision.
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Agate surface: don't be fooled into assuming these are fossils, they are actually a magnesium formation called dendrites.... Rocks are cool
Agate surface. Looks like trees with fall foliage on a snowy hill.
Agate Surface Photographic Print by Dirk Wiersma at Art.co.uk
Agate Surface Premium Poster by Dirk Wiersma at Art.co.uk
Agate surface- It reminds me of a landscape with trees
Agate surface...looks like a painting...beautiful.
Agate surface, this is why I love agates
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Agate surface - Little Trees
Satellite images of Earth's patterns - beautiful.
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Paul Bourke is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia. He is also a Director at iVEC, an organization dedicated to providing supercomputing capacity and eResearch services to Western Australian researchers. Since October 2010, Bourke has been documenting fractal patterns in nature as found on Google Earth. On his site, he [...]
From a gallery of fractals patterns found exploring the planet with Google Earth. This one is in Egypt.
Being a retired math teacher, I couldn't pass this one up. Fractal Patterns in Nature Found on Google Earth
Fractal pattern in Egypt as seen from Google Earth, curated by Paul Bourke
Egypt via Google Earth ~ from Google Earth Fractals by Paul Bourke
Google Earth Photos Show Fractal Patterns on the Face of the Earth
Fractal Patterns on Earth as Seen from Space; Egypt - LightBox
Google Earth Fractals Click through for more photos.
Google Earth fractals compiled by Paul Bourke. Egypt
Fractal snowflake - Everytime we think we have found the end of the universe we find more, or break down matter into its smallest bits, we find something smaller.