Saturday, 25 April 2015
The Mandelbrot set Paradox explained as a potential Infinity of possibilities within the dynamic universal geometry that forms the continuum of time .
We have infinite complexity upon the boundary of a fractal like the Mandelbrot Set covering a finite area, but has an infinite outer boundary. In fact, there are no two distinct points on the boundary of the Mandelbrot Set that can be reached from one another by moving a finite distance along that boundary. This paradox can be explained by explaining a potential infinity of possibilities formed from a dynamic universal geometry that human mathematics itself is based upon!!!