# User Portlet

Bryan Lettner
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You can download the notebook here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tobfk9sv2t5i1q6/Fractal%20Flower%20of%20Life.nb?dl=0 It's super messy though. Honestly it's been two years since I made this, and I'm not sure which code I used exactly.
That looks pretty awesome Patrick! I'm sure many would find this useful for posting songs on youtube
Cool post Vitaliy! I thought I would leave here a fun speculation about the oldest *unknown* shipwreck. I would be willing to bet that there are many ships several meters or so underground, near the Richat Structure in Mauritania. ...
![enter image description here][1] Same principle as a previous [post][2], but added some visual aids to make it more intuitive. Drastically resized due to filesize limits, download full-size GIF [here][3] . Also had some fun with the colors and...
Very cool ideas, Jonathan. Like Amazon's "Alexa", it would be nice if we could say "hey 'Wolf', show me what i would look like if i were a horse." And it would take your photos and DNA data, a horse's DNA data, and automatically interpolate between...
Most fractals utilize the same rule at each iteration. For example, the Sierpinski Triangle continues to divide in the same manner at each step: ![enter image description here][1] The challenge is to create a fractal (any kind you wish) where...
Yes, ReplaceAll ( /. ) would be my preferred method, but I am working with a very long polynomial, thousands or millions of terms long. Mathematica truncates or uses Short, so it only replaces some terms, not all. ([this post][1]) Appreciate...
Love it, great job!
Yes, those would be interesting sequences. For this example, the number of points at each iteration is: 6, 13, 288, ?? But due to it's symmetry, some intersections are shared. For 6 *random* initial points, the number of intersections will...
Thank you, that might do the trick.