Historic Fractals

cantor b - Historic Fractals

Cantor Set

The Cantor Set is one of the earliest fractals discovered - by Georg Cantor in 1874 Back then it was one of the socalled "mathematical monsters"…
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Koch Curve

A perfectly self similar fractal curve. This is how it is generated:    
logistic map bifurcation 300x300 - Historic Fractals

Logistic Map – Bifurcation

bifurcation diagram
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Menger Sponge

The Menger-sponge is the 3-dimensional version of the Sierpinsky carpet.   Fascinating sidefact, a special version of the menger sponge/carpet has a surface area/volume based on…
sierpinski - Historic Fractals

Sierpinsky Triangle

This is the Sierpinsky Triangle. Its generated by drawing a Triangle and then connecting the middle points of each side to form an upside down…
Zeno Achilles Paradox - Historic Fractals

Zeno’s Paradox – Achilles and the tortoise

Probably the oldest known example for fractal self similarity is Zeno's Paradox, often called "Achilles and the tortoise"...   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7Z9UnWOJNY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG88vL-FwP4