Something Real…

Sum to One…

Something Real…

Sum to One…

It has come to my attention that in the previous post, it looks like a snow flake. Zoomed in at -2 by 100X and got this picture.

I think there is complexity far negative. However I think the precision of computers discrete floating points cannot calculate properly. Here is an image at -10 by a factor of 10^10 or somewhere around there.

The Iota function is what I call the main integral in the Exponetry function. In greek it refers to the smallest part of something. It makes sense to me to call it the Iota Function.

The equations that I posted, the first two can be made into fractals. I don’t have a double precision graphics card, so it takes a long time to calculate. The first one was the infinite area fractal I posted before. This one is from the second equation. I do someday want to create better resolution and more images of these. Maybe some of these people still trying to calculate the deepest of the Mandelbrot Set might spend some of there calculation time on something new.

As you might noticed there seems to be some complexity at integer values near zero.

Maybe this was worth spending time on. It took about a minute, and it lasts three. Didn’t even take the time to listen to it, when I made it.

Everyday it seems the rug is pulled from under me, just so that I have no footing in the morning.

Here is another melody, that yet again is apparently not worth spending time on.