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January 28, 2009

log(8)/log(2)

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1233187148 ) Play

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Cracked by: Goyal , twistdtail , duriel , quaziluffy , Rahul and  Debasish.

Answer:

Examples of naturally occuring fractals.


8 Responses to “log(8)/log(2)”

  1. Goyal
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    Self Similarity?


  2. twistdtail

    1 pic is britain,2 is referin to bronchioles and 3rd is broccoli. no connections i can thnk
    of..


  3. duriel
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    umm, guess here… Fractals.

    The coast is a fractal pattern (popularly, “How Long Is the Coast of Britain?”)

    Bronchi/Bronchioles are fractal

    The tree-like pattern in the broccoli is also fractal.


  4. quaziluffy

    How Long Is the Coast of Britain? – Mandelbrot
    the broccoli fractal.


  5. Arjun Chennu

    This wouldn\’t be about the recent findings that Broccoli can help smokers with damaged lung cells, by reducing the possibility of obstructed pulmonary diseases, would it?

    I’m not sure what a map of the UK is doing in there, because although the NHS has publicized the study… they were conducted in the US.


  6. Rahul
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    Fractals


  7. They are all fractals…

    “How long is the coast of Britain” – Mandelbrot’s seminal paper
    Broccoli Fractal
    Lung capillaries are also fractal in nature.


  8. darthshak

    It was recently discovered that broccoli helps reverse the damage done by cigarette smoke/helps fight lung cancer.
    Cancer Research UK advises women to eat broccoli as it fights breast cancer (breast cancer is the most common cancer in UK).


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