Best fractal mathematics books according to redditors

We found 26 Reddit comments discussing the best fractal mathematics books. We ranked the 5 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Fractal Mathematics:

u/rockeh · 6 pointsr/Fantasy

How has nobody mentioned Piers Anthony yet? Pornucopia is exactly what you think it is, and the Mode series (Virtual Mode, Fractal Mode, Chaos Mode and DoOon Mode is full of fucked-up naughty stuff (like the protagonist getting gang-raped when she was 12 or so).

Don't let the Xanth series fool you -- Anthony's one dirty old man.

u/gabwyn · 3 pointsr/scifi

One of the best books I've read recently, can't wait for The Fractal Prince, unfortunately we've got another 6 months to wait :(

I can't wait to see what this guy writes in the future after such an astounding debut.

u/robness · 3 pointsr/Vaporwave

Yeah I released it on Amazon actually this week. I didn't want to post the Amazon link for fear of breaking rules or be too overbearing of a post. Here is the link (FYI: I tried to make it a color book but Amazon's print costs were too high unfortunately so I had to opt for the black and white page version)

u/tubilol · 2 pointsr/europe
u/Lurcho · 2 pointsr/Vaporwave

You can read Memphis Megahertz and the Kansas City Fractal if you want to try some vaporwave media outside of music or clips on YouTube. You can also ask your local library to acquire a copy, or find the shareware PDF of the book. It's not hard to find with a little Google searching.

u/amazon-converter-bot · 1 pointr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/etdeagle · 1 pointr/Psychonaut

So interesting! I had exactly the same thought the other day and meditated on it. My interpretation is that our physical senses help us perceive what is inside us (the physical world). It is the past, the distillation of causality through our bodies, and that our intellectual, emotional and spiritual senses (brain, heart and soul) help us perceive what is outside of us, it is the future and the space of "free form causality". Almost as if the role of our selves (body + soul) was to convert free-form causality into reality like plants convert mud, energy and CO2 into physical structures (the plants themselves).

There is an interesting book on the topic by the guy who cloned the first embryos and a section on this in Pickover's book here: