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When Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon made the groundbreaking TV documentary, The Colours of Infinity about the Mandelbrot Set and fractals - the geometry of roughness, his enthusiasm brought together a dream team of contributors. Sir Arthur C. Clarke presents it. Benoit Mandelbrot, the Belgian mathematician who first coined the term fractal and whose equation, the Mandelbrot Set, wou ...more
Paperback, 174 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Clear Books
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This is a really interesting, beautiful book.
I love math and fractals are fascinating and gorgeous.
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NIGEL LESMOIR-GORDON came into this world in the midst of the Second World War, appearing among the soaring academic towers of Cambridge – the last outpost of civilisation before the black-soiled, windswept fens ran their endless way up to Kings Lynn and The Wash. He grew up in the austere and reactionary spirit of post-war southern England. People felt lucky to be alive. So many had died. There w ...more
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