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I made a timelapsed version of trip to e228 check it... Read More »
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When I am looking for inspiration for my fractal animations I draw on all types of artists and their work – even if it is not directly related to fractals – I find that ideas for colour palettes and fractal patterns filling my head as I examine and absorb the artists work. This post focuses... Read More »
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I have always been a big big fan of Richard Dawkins. He is the kind of man that makes me proud to stand up and say that I am british. Ever since I sat down at christmas over a decade ago and watched Richard Dawkins give a series of 5 lectures – collectivity called “growing up... Read More »
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Obviously we love fractals and we also love the linux operating system. it now appears having cake and eating it are entirely possible. I created 3 wallpapers using – in my opinion – one of the best fractal software (mandelbulber) available for creating 3D fractals. Honestly I cant rave about it enough! Anyway, these wallpapers... Read More »
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The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 20th Anniversary this week, marking two decades of space observation since it was launched into space by NASA. Hubble was one of the first space telescopes of its kind, and since 24 April 1990 the continuing space mission has helped unearth some of the greatest modern discoveries in astrophysics,... Read More »
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there is a place where bridges are not built – they are grown. Cherrapunji is credited with being the wettest place on earth, and The War-Khasis, a tribe in Meghalaya, long ago noticed this tree and saw in its powerful roots an opportunity to easily cross the area’s many rivers. Now, whenever and wherever the... Read More »
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Can you guess what’s in the photo before clicking... Read More »
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Sold as The largest artwork in history. Nine miles in circumference. Nevada, USA 2009. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! Check out Jim Denevans site to explore more of his amazing images http://jimdenevan.com/news.htm or watch Jim seriously get his Zen on, in this video of him drawing circles – freehand in the... Read More »
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I read an interesting article about fractals in the sand once and I have dug it up. This guy went to a lot of trouble to do this by the sounds of things, heres a snippet of the article…. “To investigate a situation with surface tension as near zero as possible, Xiang Cheng of the... Read More »
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Yes late at night – trying to think of a good way to find a good sponsor for the website, it seemed like a master plan when I started sticking our logo all over the pretty girls. Whether this plan will pay off in the long run remains to be seen…. What do you think?... Read More »
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