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|ImageIntro=Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.
 
|ImageIntro=Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.
 
|ImageDescElem=Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.
 
|ImageDescElem=Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.
 
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|AuthorName=Paul Nylander
 
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|SiteName=Paul Nylander's Site

Latest revision as of 10:23, 10 June 2011

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Kleinian Quasifuchsian Limit Set
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Field: Fractals
Image Created By: Paul Nylander
Website: Paul Nylander's Site

Kleinian Quasifuchsian Limit Set

Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.


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Here is a Sunset Moth “blown about” inside a Quasifuchsian limit set. Originally, Felix Klein described these fractals as “utterly unimaginable”, but today we can visualize these fractals with computers.





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