Fractals – Nature’s Patterns Now Used In Biomimetic Technology

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In this article, Rebel Voice introduces the mysterious world of fractals. These are patterns found in nature and space which are now being replicated for use in modern technology, such as mobile phones and genetic research. This process, known as biomimetics, has proved to be extremely useful in our modern world. Velcro is probably the best known example of biomimetics, copied as it was from burrs.

Fractals are enigmatic as they have been theorized to repeat to infinite levels, which opens up all manner of questions regarding the nature of the universe and space-time. The following video is a basic look at this fascinating phenomenon.

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