Fractal Geometry

03 May


I have recently discovered the field of fractal geometry. I am mesmerized by this area of mathematics and excited to see future implications of this 40-year-old field.

Here is a good introduction on Fractal Geometry from Gizmodo:

What Are Fractals, And Why Should I Care?

George M. Dallas

Fractal geometry is a field of math born in the 1970s and mainly developed by Benoit Mandelbrot. If you’ve already heard of fractals, you’ve probably seen the picture above. It’s called the Mandelbrot Set and is an example of a fractal shape. (To continue reading article click here)


And on a personal note, I see more and more evidence of a Creator through science, on a daily basis. Ecclesiastes 3:11 ESV



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Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Archived Posts


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