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I suspect that the mathematics used to create fractals to an infinite level of varieties is nevertheless an approximation of what the universe has the potential to create. Because while the universe is clearly logical, logic is more than mathematical in its use of strategies. So the problem is to explain this convincingly to mathematicians (as well as to myself). One aspect is that there's no choice making process involved in their computers' processing of patterns -the chosen formula reacts to its prior actions by repeating the instructions of that single formula -or by seeming to have a variety of repetitions if other pre-chosen formulas are introduced. But life forms that use fractals do more than that in their own construction, and so should the tactical aspects of the forms in the universe that in the end have, in my view, "intelligently" formed us. Fractals tell us what intelligent formulas can create, but not how to create intelligent formulas for creating lesser, or non-intelligent, formulas; those that will in other words no longer need only to react to their creator. And we must also note that all these illustrated forms (as shown in this pic from the video) have been chosen by mathematical strategies, which in turn were chosen by choice making human creators. Note also that these "creators" of fractal science argue that what they've done is exactly what nature does, not recognizing that when they fiddle with the formulas, as they admittedly do, they're acting as creative dreamers when they contend that nature has no present need of a creative element. Intricate repeatable formulas, once created (never mind by what) are self creative after that. Although one commentator said in the video that there's "some connection" to the

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