Watsisname wrote:Source of the postIf locally entropy-reducing fluctuations are inevitable given enough time (which in an ever-expanding universe there is plenty of) then one predicts that it is more likely we exist as a product of those fluctuations rather than as products of the cosmological evolution that we think we are.
Mr. Missed Her wrote:Source of the post Can anyone find a really fast Mandelbrot viewer?
midtskogen wrote:Mr. Missed Her wrote:Source of the post Can anyone find a really fast Mandelbrot viewer?
On Linux I like fraqtive. It's fast, draws beautifully, and it also shows the corresponding julia set. You can zoom in to about 10^13.
Here's a nice zoom (to 10^99). I don't know of any fast software capable of going that deep, as it requires custom arithmetic.