Fractals (by Sandeep Darapuneni)

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Fractals are scattered every in nature, from the lightning
that strikes the Earth to our very own lungs. As a line can never really be
straight, they show how the world can be perfect through it’s imperfections.
Many things throughout the world have this property and it can also be known as
iteration or scale symmetry. Personally, I find the fractals found in rivers to
be mesmerising as you can look at them from satellite imagery or through a
microscope to find the same basic shape. 

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