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explore the fractal universe...

Here are some links to a range of websites where you can find information and inspiration about fractals and fractal art. They provide a starting point for anyone interested in discovering more about the infinite fractal universe...

What Is a Fractal? And who is this guy Mandelbrot? Alan Beck gives an insight into the nature of fractals in this short introduction to the world of fractal geometry.

Fractal Geometry; The Story of Benoit B. Mandelbrot and the Geometry of Chaos.

Fractals, in Layman's Terms

A link to a page on the web site of  Damien M. Jones , fractal formula writer and artist, giving an accessible introduction to the subject of fractals.

Beautiful Math

Another article by Damien Jones, describing for lay readers the mathematical basis of fractal images and art.

The Web of Life

An article by Fritjof Capra, Ph.D., physicist and systems theorist, and author of the book by the same name. In it he describes the new mathematics of complexity, of which Chaos Theory and fractal geometry form important branches.

The Fractal Foundation

The site of the Fractal Foundation, which runs a practical program to "use the beauty of fractals to educate and inspire people about mathematics, art, science, nature and the lessons of chaos theory".

The Infinite Fractal Loop

The home page of the Infinite Fractal Loop, a web ring dedicated to fractal art.

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