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Tristan Beeline science forum beginner
Joined: 12 Jun 2005
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Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 2:28 am Post subject:
How to solve complex fractal math ???



O'm a mad scientist working on a formula to destroy the universe.
But I don't understand the fractal structure of my formula.
Please help me destroying the universe ! 

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Tomas Andersson science forum beginner
Joined: 06 Jun 2005
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Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 9:06 am Post subject:
Re: How to solve complex fractal math ???



Tristan Beeline wrote:
Quote:  O'm a mad scientist working on a formula to destroy the universe.
But I don't understand the fractal structure of my formula.
Please help me destroying the universe !

Certainly!
I Assume that your formula is of the form F(X,t) = sum(t=0..PI
[diff(exp(F(X,t)*sin(ln(Zeta(p(t)+X)))] for some particular polynom p
(depending on the exact time of destruction, I don't know when you had
planned)
Applying GurkelZaphods iteration priciple of uniform nonsence on the
formula yield a series of points in quaternion space, lets call it (z_n)
The first few values are obviously
z_0 = i*p(p(PI))
z_1 = j*sqrt(p²(PI/14)
z_2 = 0
I'm sure you see the pattern by now.
Theese values obviosly converge towards the fratcal pattern in fig.1 (*)
By plotting this fractal on a sacred tablet while reading the mantra "cogito
ergo excrementum in machina sanctificetur nomentum in aures"
Congratulation! The world should now be destroyed on the specified time.
Glad I could be of service.
/Tomas

(*) Due to lack of space fig.1 had to be left out. 

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