Saturday, February 21, 2009
Would the apple in the photo make Charles Darwin say, "Wow?!"
(Click the photo to enlarge).
I found the apple in the nearby store. The letters are not painted or carved into it. They somehow mysteriously grew with the apple and within the apple's core.
A person who's opinion I value very much thought that this was the last sign of where this civilization travels to...
If you wonder what the mysterious yellow geometrical object close to the apple is - it's my friend Akio Hizume's Fibonacci Tornado. Yes, it's takes some patiency to build it but the result is rewarding, right?:)
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Over and over again I'm impressed by the mathematical nature of our universe.
I love to dive into the mysterious beauty of strange attractors. Hope you like my "Cosmic Egg" above.:) Click to enlarge.
Two excellent books about strange attractors and much more:
- J.C. Sprott, Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos
- C.A. Pickover, Computers, Pattern, Chaos and Beauty
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Image via WikipediaI always love to follow the most impressive blogs by my friend, worldwide known author, visionary and a true renaissance man,
great Cliff Pickover, who writes books faster than people can read them.
His latest book " to Hawking" is actually his biggest book ever, 514 pages of pure knowledge. And it features an illustration of a of some kind, which you can see here.
Dive into his website www.pickover.com.
Be careful, you might get lost in parallel universes...:)