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Fractals: The Colors of Infinity (1997)

Fractals: The Colors of Infinity

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Arthur C. Clarke hosts this look at the beautiful, artistic patterns that can be created using Benoit Mandelbrot's mathematical formulas. Viewers are introduced to the life and work of Benoit Mandelbrot, as well as to some sample images created by plotting the Mandelbrot set on a complex number plane after the iterated equation has been completed. Those familiar with fractals know that many resemble solar eclipses and other brightly illuminated images. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovimore
Rating: G
Genre: Documentary, Special Interest
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On DVD: Jan 3, 2001
Runtime:

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this documentary truly changed my view of the world. it starts off with more of a math/science focus but ends up conveying a spiritual message. clarke and the rest of the cast present powerful evidence of the fractal design of this planet and beyond.

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