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Detail within the Mandelbrot set fractal.  This detail is found by zooming in on the overall Mandelbrot set image, finding edges and buds with interesting features.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set Detail within the Mandelbrot set fractal.  This detail is found by zooming in on the overall Mandelbrot set image, finding edges and buds with interesting features.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set
Detail within the Mandelbrot set fractal. This detail is found by zooming in on the overall Mandelbrot set image, finding edges and buds with interesting features. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 10422  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
Detail within the Mandelbrot set fractal. This detail is found by zooming in on the overall Mandelbrot set image, finding edges and buds with interesting features. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 10423  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18724  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
Fractal design.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set
Fractal design. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18725  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18726  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18727  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set Fractal design.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18728  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18730  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
Fractal design. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18733  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
Fractal design.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set Fractal design.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set
Fractal design. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18734  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
Fractal design. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18735  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18736  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set The Mandelbrot Fractal.  Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself.  Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves.  Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns.  The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set, Mandelbrot set A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18738  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
The Mandelbrot Fractal. Fractals are complex geometric shapes that exhibit repeating patterns typified by self-similarity, or the tendency for the details of a shape to appear similar to the shape itself. Often these shapes resemble patterns occurring naturally in the physical world, such as spiraling leaves, seemingly random coastlines, erosion and liquid waves. Fractals are generated through surprisingly simple underlying mathematical expressions, producing subtle and surprising patterns. The basic iterative expression for the Mandelbrot set is z = z-squared + c, operating in the complex (real, imaginary) number set.
Image ID: 18740  
Species: Mandelbrot Fractal, Mandelbrot set
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students.
Image ID: 09768  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Texas A and M University engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Texas A and M University engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students.
Image ID: 09769  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Texas A and M University engineering students.
Image ID: 09770  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Texas A and M University engineering students.
Image ID: 09771  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California The propellers and steering foils of a human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students.  The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub.  Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students.
Image ID: 09772  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
The propellers and steering foils of a human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students.
Image ID: 09773  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students. The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub. Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines.
Image ID: 09774  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students.  The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub.  Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students.  The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub.  Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students.  The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub.  Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California
The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students. The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub. Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines.
Image ID: 09775  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students. The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub. Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines.
Image ID: 09776  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
The OMER 5 human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by Montreal, Canadas École de Technologie Supérieure (University of Quebec) engineering students. The submersible is 16 feet long and has two people inside powering and piloting the sub. Made of high tech composite materials and containing networked computers, the OMER 5 has reached a speed of nearly 7 knots underwater, a world record for human-powered submarines.
Image ID: 09777  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine passes through an underwater electronic timing gate that will measure the speed of the sub, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido Student engineers prepare a human-powered submarine for an underwater time trial.  The submarines pilot and source of power is visible in the cockpit, and breathes on SCUBA while operating the sub.  The submersible was designed, built and operated by High Tech High School (San Diego, California) engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido A human-powered submarine, composed off a streamlined casing which encloses half the operator as well as his air supply.  The operator kicks a single large monofin to propel the sleek submersible.  It was designed, built and operated by Virginia Tech engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California
A human-powered submarine passes through an underwater electronic timing gate that will measure the speed of the sub, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students.
Image ID: 09778  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
Student engineers prepare a human-powered submarine for an underwater time trial. The submarines pilot and source of power is visible in the cockpit, and breathes on SCUBA while operating the sub. The submersible was designed, built and operated by High Tech High School (San Diego, California) engineering students.
Image ID: 09779  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, composed off a streamlined casing which encloses half the operator as well as his air supply. The operator kicks a single large monofin to propel the sleek submersible. It was designed, built and operated by Virginia Tech engineering students.
Image ID: 09780  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, composed off a streamlined casing which encloses half the operator as well as his air supply.  The operator kicks a single large monofin to propel the sleek submersible.  It was designed, built and operated by Virginia Tech engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students, Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California
A human-powered submarine, composed off a streamlined casing which encloses half the operator as well as his air supply. The operator kicks a single large monofin to propel the sleek submersible. It was designed, built and operated by Virginia Tech engineering students.
Image ID: 09781  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of California San Diego engineering students.
Image ID: 09782  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 
A human-powered submarine, designed, built and operated by University of Washington engineering students.
Image ID: 09783  
Location: Offshore Model Basin, Escondido, California, USA
 


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