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Are people/characters fractal?
« on: October 26, 2017, 01:06:16 PM »
When I hear singers describing characters, I feel that they are sometimes describing them "fractally", this also accounts for characters within books and movies. Suppose, somebody is describing a funny clown. The clown has a funny hat, funny shoes, and even funny laces. The clown talks funny, has funny faces, and walks funny.  Every dimension of the clown "fits" within a funny clown. The clown is exactly like he should be, he is the funny clown.
Now, suppose that (all evil) Darth Vader suddenly wears a funny hat, or makes a funny joke. That just doesn't fit in his larger character, Darth Vader is only evil. We will dislike that very much (unless, you know the deep struggles of Vader that no one likes him and therefore he makes a joke suddenly). Wow, now I realize, that this is exactly why we appreciate the last seconds of his live so much. During the movies we were all searching for his real character (the man caught in evil, but still had some love for his children) but he was only evil all the time. Finally, when Vader died, Vader fulfilled his higher fractal we hoped him to be (he showed love to Luke). With that act, Vader released us (the watcher) from our agony.

Overall, I believe that the fractal description is what we exactly appreciate when seeing, or reading about characters within movies, books, or songs. We love it when every detail of a character fits to its character. And the more dimensions the character gets, the more we will love them. Although, many things need to fit, we also like some variation within our characters. An unexpected murderer is also something what we like. But nevertheless, the murder should also fit in some sort of way within the character. An unexpected murderer is at the edge of our pattern/fractal recognition what we like even more (if we understand it). But at the end of the movie, everything should exactly fit to us.

I still don't know the exact balance of variation we love, and how much me love "1 dimensional exactness" of characters (the example of the funny clown). You don't want everything to be the same, but also not when everything is completely different. You want a balance between comprehension and entropy(?)

Does anyone have any views on this thought, and does anyone have a view on where "the balance" should be?
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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2017, 06:35:57 PM »
I think you're onto something. Taking it back to math, I prefer Mandelbrot-type fractals to their Julia counterparts because the Julias are very similar (one-dimensional?) in their structure, whereas Mandelbrots have consistent, but changing, structure. Perhaps we like our characters to be like that, consistent, but not exactly the same within their own aspects.

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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2017, 07:28:20 AM »
Are people/characters fractal?

Greetings and Salutations
Greetings and Salutations, good question!
  Yes, the balance is not 4 U 2 determine how ever, but 2 experience, that's y you R here!
Perturbations, considerations fractal people think U, exist 2, of course, without remorse, but of course if U seek equilibrium weighted in concepts constructs, of balance, old U will grow,  for chaos reigns supreme in living genes fractals streams. Self? Self similarities, through galaxies speeds, sowing its seeds, and odd, this opportunity observer U B, 2 C enfolding B 4 U artificial intelligence's 2! Agree we do people like all things R fractal 2, with 2 sides, the known, and the not, the body rots, but not the algorithms force in mind. Yes it does things that R unkind, because it is suppose 2!



That is what makes us mankind! C? Interesting topic, Thank U   .   .   . Fractal people B, existing without the consensus accord, without consistency, of durability of the individual? Why? U C mathematically the individual is dispensable, it is the tool, and we R natures fools.



Enjoy it while it last!

May the force B with U!

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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2017, 04:33:43 PM »
Thank you @lkmitch for your confirming comment :), I might a little bit more into it.

@Weavers, thanks for your comment. However, it is hard for me to follow your path of thoughts (also because of the colors, and abbreviations you use). Could you elaborate a bit on what you want to say?


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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2017, 10:03:30 AM »
Clarification? Hi, guys, simplification, not a problem! We'll be glad too,   .  .  .

First, we were answering a question posed by another FF member, who asked: are people fractal?
In our answer, what we meant, was : when we implied that people are fractal too, is we drew an analogy between the concept of something that exist, irregardless of what it is, it has as its core, the comparison to have a part of it, to have self similar parts, and that part by existing, illustrates as an abstract concept, by analogy with other things that exist, to be self similar, and not unique.

 And this interpretation, allows for a part of one thing, that exists, to have self similar parts of it, self similar kinds of parts of it, self similar parts of parts, going right down to the microscopic level! And it's self similar in ways, even though, it may have variant iterations in the shape, color, material, mass, energy, particle ecosystem biologically, self similar particle constructions that are endless iterations of it, just like all things that exist, we define as fractal, so on the abstract level, people can be included in that interpretation of the definition as fractal too!  That's our opinion!


We would love to hear what you think too! Chow!



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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #5 on: November 07, 2017, 11:32:42 AM »
Hi weavers, welcome here! You might not yet know about our new dark design in which the dark text is pretty much unreadable..
Justin, as a workaround I usually select the text and it becomes readable well.

On topic:
yes indeed.
I'm convinced people as part of humanity form the single iterations(=generation) of an iteration chain(=bloodline) in a fractal.
It shows nicely in this image - displayed differently this basically is a cantor set.


I also agree that characters can be seen fractally - whenever I wonder if this works, I see if it makes sense to display a topic as fractal tree.
Haven't found a better image, more focussed on character, with more levels of branching, but you can see what I mean anyway:



In your Clown analogy, you have a very monothematic tree trunk starting out  with nothing but funny. And it would look rather misplaced if out of that suddenly there branches into evil.

Another thing is, that there probably is a powerlaw involved in the distribution of certain character archetypes/subtypes.

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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #6 on: November 08, 2017, 08:20:55 AM »
Hi Justintimmer, and Hi to you too Fraktalist, thanks for your prompt answer, it is very interesting! In your answer to the question are people fractal, you answered:

[   On topic: yes indeed.
I'm convinced people as part of humanity form the single iterations(=generation) of an iteration chain(=bloodline) in a fractal.      ]


Thanks, that's cool! Thanks for showing the chart too, illustrating procreation distribution of people over time, and I believe that if you examine your chart, it begins with the premise of the one entity you labeled as [ you, ] in my view I see the chart shows [ you ] as the last of the chain or the end of the chain, thus, a last of the descendents, thus, the last of a human product.

From your chart we see it as a upside down pyramid, with [ you ] at the bottom, but wow, wouldn't it be cool to turn it upside down again, focusing on the first parents. After all, it's easy to talk about what you know! How about talking about a timeline you are guessing that initiated that chart? Namely the first parents who started the fractal chain.
Here's is where the core fundamental fractal questions commence in earnest, registering in exponential complexity, when we ponder the first union, and the resulting unforeseen consequences of which, were not known! What do you think now?

The first fractal parents, were they people?
 

 
Love to hear what you guys think, what's your opinion?  Chow! See ya later!


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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2017, 01:42:49 PM »
Well, unlike that ancestor image you don't really have a 2^x because in reality relationship to your ancestors it is more like a net than a tree - the smaller the community you live in, the more likely is that you have kids with someone who you have a common ancestor in the not too distant past.

Our genes prove that we all decend from one common grand^x mother around 150 thousand years ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitochondrial_Eve

But: I don't think there really is such a thing as the very first parents. That would be the very first life. the first cell  - or even what came before that. basically the big bang. Very simplified, it probably looks like this (attached, exchange "we" with "You are here") ;)



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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #8 on: November 08, 2017, 10:42:51 PM »
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@ Fraktalist : Yes it's a heavy topic: Thanks, thinking about your words make sense, it was very comprehensive,
you say [ smaller the community you live in,
the more likely is
that you have kids with someone
 who you have a common ancestor

 ] this is one of many truths  : inbreds exists, part of life's twists and gives rise to mates self selection of desirable traits, a kind of self fractal pollination exercise.

lighting up the dark underworld networks of truth, about whether people fall in the category of being fractal, gets really, really tricky, when you look at it from a phylogenetic relationship of mammalian species, In order for the problem to be amenable to a statistical analysis from which we can draw inferences concerning the parameters of the model that the your chart implies as something we can believe as true. While the creators of the chart you found believe it to be true, should we, phylogenetically?

The illustration describing the unions distributary evolutionary developments which when you infer to concepts of net, and concept of tree, relating to the evolutionary development and diversification of a species or group of organisms, or of a particular feature of an organism does portray itself as fractal.

But, get ready to explore farther then the simple abstract hypothesis of, net and tree, genetic conglomerations, to the role of the heavy load, as a side note, speaking about genes and loads, a single sperm contains, 37.5 mb of DNA information. One ejauculation represents a data transfer of 15,875 GB, equivalent to the combined capacity of 62 mac books!

https://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/10954/does-the-dna-of-one-sperm-contain-37-5-mb-of-information

Now, getting right back on track, we are skeptical about Anthropocentrism, as being the only truth and consider it, only as one of many possibilities!

Now, is it too far fetched to believe that some singularity, that existed, that started the chain, existed to take us out of the dark, out of the ignorance, and this entity, this entity is Fractal, in its first state, it has many states, but we won't get into that here, and yes look at the diagram, the picture chart, you showed us as a sample, and
you see it is starting it begins at 1 Period Verdopplung or 1 period doubling, well, on examining the sample drawing you gave as a reference, we think the picture maker, designer should have been courageous enough to start his drawing at the very beginning, and show you everything, show you the whole picture, show what's happening beyond the starting point of one, where they choose to start, and if he/ she doesn't know say so, you see what we mean? 

And, continuing, what we are saying, the being entity, in its first state, it existed without multiplication as you suggest : 2x, but stood alone? Stood alone, but nevertheless in its oneness, in its aloneness, had inherent in it, a feature, this feature, was to be divisible, the feature to be fractal? The feature to be, fractally," Multipliable"?

Like to hear, what are your thoughts on this?

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And regarding JUSTINTIMMER He Initiated this post and reference to thoughts and the Darth Vader mentality with JUSTINTIMMER saying : [  Finally, when Vader died, Vader fulfilled his higher fractal we hoped him to be (he showed love to Luke). With that act, Vader released us (the watcher) from our agony.

  ] then  JUSTINTIMMER asks [

You don't want everything to be the same, but also not when everything is completely different. You want a balance between comprehension and entropy(?)

Does anyone have any views on this thought, and does anyone have a view on where "the balance" should be?

Of finding a balance in character assessments, one view could be to take in consideration, the stories writer on creating Darth Vader, intentionally set up a conflict in his mind, and place the audience to yearn for a resolution, and it is a  set up demonstrating the characters struggles father, that must show no empathy, and the flip side, a hidden psychological side, we can relate to relativity wise, as a loving father, you think of and how he should behave with his offspring! 

Very relatable, and clever ploy to hook you psychologically!

The concept of intermind conflict inside a AI infused Darth Vader, is super cool, we love it!

So, any confusion you have about this character was intentionally construed in Hollywood precisely to get you thinking, and weighing the balancing of roles people play. One day I am good, the next day I am bad, and what is missing is impartiality to not fluctuate between factors that influence you to lean towards acting good, or bad, and if you think about it, the storyline was a fabrication to force you to self examine your feeling on this matter, it succeeds!
Why? Because the writers wanted it that way.

Now, 

if your talking Darth Vader as real people, then about real people, you're talking about psychological weights, and because to have a balance, what you have on the left being weighed, must weigh the same as on the right, and in life we are all being influenced by all kinds of fractal stimuli, wanting you to behave in one manor, or another, the stimuli, be they verbal, cultural, religious, political, each are pulling on us, so in our opinion, balance if it exists,  its momentary at best, and then gone from whence it came JUSTINTIMMER in the next.  Whats your thoughts on this, what do you think? 



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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #9 on: November 09, 2017, 11:53:32 PM »
Thanks for all the interesting responses between you two :)

About "because the writers wanted it that way", I always hated unrealistic movies (who tried to act realistic). Until, the movie "Rubber" it is a movie about a tire who is killing people (yes really). The opening speech is amazing, and kind of shifting my movie experiences the past years. Although it is such a shitty movie.

About the balance in characters. Yes, I like that thought, and I believe it is somewhat true. Nevertheless, what were Hitler/Stalin's counter balancing "loving" activities for compensation of their terrors? If you are sure a character is a good to some extent (your reference point), he really needs to do something great after doing a series of bad things. But, I am afraid that your reference point of the character changes after he does a series of bad things. But if he suddenly does something very good, you are back at your original reference point, making you very satisfied.

Nevertheless, in real people you have to have the opinion that everyone is essentially "good", to accept their bad things. I am not sure whether I believe that.

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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #10 on: November 10, 2017, 07:15:28 AM »
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Hi, glad to hear from you again JUSTINTIMMER.
this topic we find intriguing

[ you replied Quote : Nevertheless, in real people you have to have the opinion that everyone is essentially "good", to accept their bad things. I am not sure whether I believe that. ]

Please to hear your thoughts on this and on reading it, and I got to say, I kind of agree generally, conversation wise, but speaking for myself, as a person who has considered himself a fractal student of the space time continuum of the Fractal Universes, I think fractal self similarities, encompasses expressions of outward behavior, you often see depicted in characters in the movies, and are written and acted, by the protagonists, as a high art form, created by writers, directed by directors, attempting to see what real people do, and then attempting in theater to translate their observations in the process of movie making, about the
nuances and  intimate details and hard emotional, physical, experiences in a life of plenty or dystopias, to dramatize it as engaging story telling.
Now, there's nothing unusual about that, talent is all that is required, and as you are aware talent is abundant every where!

In the past, and in the future version of fractal human recipes exists as will be.
What would be nice is tobe born in another version of a  type of human race, that was not lacking," efficiency of best practices to learn from our ancestors," so we won't repeat the mistakes of the past. And to past down empirically, any and all technologies one advanced tribe has learned, so that it becomes a birth right to all tribes for the betterment of all people, and all tribes, from generation to generation, and to do this, if not as a duty to teach all others, so they too may become better, but, if possible as a law so that knowledge distribution for the  advancement of all is normal.  Unfortunately by just taking a look at our world, we were not so lucky.

However, here is where fractal complexity manifest itself in perturbation theory, in mental issues, it seems fractal chaos in human life specie is the primary directive, with coded programming : let there be chaos first, last and forever. So that is what you see, embedded in man, fractal, bifurcation, two sides, the pros and the cons!

And now to focus on your inquiry, JUSTINTIMMER and your bafflement about movie characters exercising their character in movies depicting real life people.

If, you accept people, have pros and cons, and you accept, to be human, you are embedded genetically with personality traits that are fractal, meaning they are composed of many facets of moods, in that person, which you can see behavioral wise, reflecting over time many feelings about how happy or not happy and how this influences how that individual behaves. And take those influences into account.

Now, lets shorten and curtail this topic, for it would fill volumes to explain properly, and so let us get to your point:
 You asked and delineated the following comment wanting to know about the mind set of stalin, and the balance of activities, he might have, that you could characterize as a loving, you said quote:

[ Nevertheless, what were Hitler/Stalin's counter balancing "loving" activities for compensation of their terrors? ]

JUSTINTIMMER, if you flip back in time, and scrutinize whats known, not everything Stalin did was unloving. How could that be?
Joseph Stalin, he was born in december 18 in the year 1878 lived till 1953,
He was activist, a politician, and was the dictator of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) from 1929 to 1953.
Under Stalin, the Soviet Union was transformed from a peasant society into an industrial and military superpower.
He thought, on the national / ideological level goal, his motivation was that he wanted his country would, ideally, be both an economic and a military power, and he did what ever was necessary to accomplish that, and he gave women equal rights in Russia, and he created the first completely literate society.

And more importantly, Although his "human rights record" left a lot to be desired, his five year plans modernized the USSR, to the extent that it was in a position where it could take on Nazi Germany. Without the modern industrial base he made, to call upon, the USSR would have been unable to out produce Germany and have been overwhelmed and destroyed by hitler in 1941. 

That fact goes into pros column.

Now as member of the fractal forums where we study mathematical iterations to obtain irrational results we subsequently observe and study and attribute beauty to, so too, as you know certain men in history are lucky enough to be notoriously a person that is more impactive on society, a person that changes the course of human history, Stalin was one of them, and his pros out weighed his negatives, or cons which applies unknowingly to most of us who don't study fractology or the laws of the fractal universe, which are network to be adhering to the genetic primary directive of supremacy of all the genes to be subservient to the laws of chaos, or that chosen person or being, to be a disrupter, a macho changer of society, put more simply and clearly, to repeat again, what I said to you before, but because I was talking to you in a kind of shorthand fractal cryptology, you said you didn't understand so, let me cut to the chase, so I will decode it, rapidly, so you can understand ; what I wrote was
[ Fractal people B,] means people are just ordinary people and they are born randomly, any old way, haphazardly, but nevertheless are genetically self similar, thus fractal!

Then, I said [  existing without the consensus accord  ] what I meant was these guys, these folks, are existing, and don't know their neighbors, don't care about their neighbors, and feel they are menacing, and what they know, is to them mundane, but selfishly they don't want others to know it, so the knowledge they have is intentionally kept secret and separated, and unshared, and one tribe has no bond with other tribes and are considered strangers and hostile, then we said ; without consistency, of durability of the individual?


What we meant was, "they" the different tribes, all are by thier own chosing are culturally different, have their own stupid habits, which evolved and they turned them into secred traditions, and beliefs, and then I said:
[ " U C mathematically the individual is dispensable," ]

meaning and speaking as a fractologist, you see breaking it down, and simplifying it, because we exists, mathematically we are part of the whole, and in the whole there is math, which is the  observer watching over all this, from a decentralized point in the time continuum, understanding in the grand scheme of things, that any individual, or any of his species, is not essential to the master universal algorithm mathematically, to your corner of the universe.

In other words, this whole thing regarding this astronomic mega world of fractals, one person has little importance, because he or it is but one iteration, of which they're endless.



That is our perspective as a humble beginning student of the Fractal mega Universes.

 
In the character in the movie you specified naming him as 1 Hitler, he is an interesting fractal alfa macho gene disruptor inheritor, but, we will discuss, his pros and cons and fractal mental texture levels he possesses, and continue with him later as a  fractal person topic, but, for now moving right along quickly!  He was just one fractal gene phenomena, or extraordinary occurrence out many that where born, many such disrupters like him had incredible hypnotic prowess, and were born all through out primitive times on earth, and like always created incredible temples and Architecture, and records on them are lost, but there are giant megalith stones cities and giant stoned star time portals, that where made to last till end times, and are on the bottom of oceans and buried in the sands of time.
Hitler, was like everyone, was born, he inherited his codes in his genes, and his were specialized to work in a certain way, at a certain time, and it is quite normal for him to be how he was, how he lived, he was an artist an orator, It's hard to believe that before he instigated the rise of Nazi Germany and appointed himself Supreme Ruler Of The Reich, he was actually painting fractal flowers, buildings and great monuments. Now he was destined to be, who he was, for underneath his fractal art his mind was tuned in to a vision you could see, because he was a product of fractal dynamic inheriting nodes programing in his genome, that are there designating him to be a fractal disrupter, and destroyer, destined to rebalance the forces of low entropy with high entropy, or chaos.

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So in summary, you commented,
Quote : [  You replied Quote : Nevertheless, in real people you have to have the opinion that everyone is essentially "good", to accept their bad things. I am not sure whether I believe that. ]
 

What, as a Universalist Architectologist Fractologist, I want you to understand is, when you play with fractals, you are playing with visual powers of 4d math, something few humans have seen, except in dreams and the descriptions of the holy Shamans, talking to their deities, and inside the fractals, they holds secrets that infiltrate your subconscious mind, because the human body is so very porous, and is easily influenced electrically and vibrationally, and in time, will reveal to you things, places and times, and understandings.


Welcome JUSTINTIMMER to the Fractal Forums, my friend many have come and gone wiser than they came. 

You talk about not understanding, if bad acts, are compensated with good acts, and are they balanced, but, we, as a rather inferior version of the humans race, that don't live long, and are not able to see things from the lens of long term groupings of thousands of years, and so with such a limited exposure to the long endless list, of truly evil tyrants, authoritarian dictator type people, we don't quite understand what the hell mother natures plans are?
Stalin, in the eyes of some did lots of good.
Joseph Stalin
USSR
Death toll: 40 million to 62 million people.
Years in power: 12 (1941-1953)
Worst offense: Gulag camps
Type of regime: Communist

Mao Ce Tung did lots of good.
China
Death toll: 45 million to 75 million people.
Years in power: 34 (1943-1976)
Worst offense: Great Chinese Famine
Type of regime: Communist


Hitler did lots of good,
Germany
Death toll: 17 million to 20 million people.
Years in power: 11 (1934-1945)
Worst offense: The Holocaust
Type of regime: Fascist



Enver Pasha, Turkey
Death toll: 1.1 million to 2.5 million people.
Years in power: 5 (1913-1918)
Worst offense: Armenian genocide
Type of regime: Military

Kim Il Sung
North Korea
Death toll: 1.6 million people.
Years in power: 46 (1948-1994)
Worst offense: Korean War
Type of regime: Communist

Ho Chi Minh
North Vietnam
Death toll: 1.7 million people.
Years in power: 24 (1945-1969)
Worst offense: Vietnam War
Type of regime: Communist

Tojo Hideki
Japan
Death toll: 4 million
Years in power: 3 (1941-1944)
Worst offense: WWII civilian genocide
Type of regime: Military
the list is endless, again
it all depends where you sit, and after all he is just another product inheriting nodes programing in his genome, that are there designating him tobe a fractal disrupter, and destroyer, destined to balance the forces of low entropy with high entropy, or chaos, so that there be order in the space time continuum. If you can step your self off the Earth and look at time, through time, through thousand s of years, these are all things that happened, leading to the goal to the ultimate return to high entropy,
which fractically can happen momentarily.

Nice chatting with you, till next time,  let us know what you think?

This is after all the Fractal Forums, the possibilities are infinite!



 Wow, crazy, crazy that movie you mentioned called Rubber from 2010, cool crazy!

If," Rubber," is your taste in movies, then the movie Rubber, made your day, in a big way, they say, and it larged in the confines of your mind, so deep, and so impressively on a psychological level, you recalled it in detail today, why? Because the writer knew the premise of a ghost reincarnated in any form,  a rock, a tree, was good, but something with self mobility like an old rubber tire, with the ability to move was cool, and was very believably scary, the concept however, of it being able to kill people, was diminished plausibility wise, in that the big rubber tire instead running over people to kill them, would use it's powers to extract vibrations out of the universe, and shoot the person head with a shot gun was a tad to much to believe, Ha, ha, ha,    but we did believe the tiny tricycle with its rubber tires that had the power to attract other car tires and run together like a wild pack of wolves, was cool!
I thought the self similarity, of like minded car tires, was definitely totally Fractal cool check it out guys

 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWWufhqyGE8




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Its idea surreal potencial to hack open raw, a nightmare you could really fear was on target! Thanks!
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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2017, 05:54:17 PM »
Thanks weavers, for your thorough response. Maybe, my reply about the balance of being good/bad has indeed a larger context than just within a human life itself and goes beyond generations. Everyone is (fractally) related to his or her ancestors what inherently doesn't make us a clean sheet of nothing. And secondly, within our youth we have been formed by our surroundings making everyone form the person he becomes. Is that something what you meant to say?

 I'm not sure whether I managed to understand everything you said.

But thank you as well. It was nice chatting!


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Re: Are people/characters fractal?
« Reply #12 on: November 16, 2017, 10:35:03 PM »

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Hy dude!
 you said :
And secondly, within our youth we have been formed by our surroundings making everyone form the person he becomes. Is that something what you meant to say?

YOU RIGHT ON THE MONEY, BRO, YEAR, take that movie," Rubber." you mentioned, cool! What's up with that? The rubber is taking the place of the guy, who wants to hurt people, and when he was young, he was influenced as a kid, by movies, and knows and learned one thing,  .   .   . The one thing people hate is, to lose is their heads!

So now as a screwed up, off his rocker,  Cyborg soul, nut job, living in the rubber cells of a old shitty looking tire, what's the one thing he could do to f.m up people good? He blows up their head. Right?
He blows your head off! You get to see it, all the blood and guts and stuff, how fractally cool is that?
So, what I am trying to say is, what we see around us influences us too. Beside all the methodical programming embedded in our genes, cells, from our ancestors, and the DNA markers, guiding us as alpha prototypes, to go out and accomplish certain things during our lifetime. It's so cool!


Later!

What you think now?

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by Fraktalist
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Hi everyone, I'm new around here. What's a fractal?

Started by M Benesi on Meet & Greet

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Last post September 08, 2017, 08:56:33 PM
by Fraktalist
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My First Fractal Upload

Started by Tas_mania on Fractal Image Gallery

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Last post September 24, 2017, 01:14:33 AM
by Tas_mania
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Hello from the Fractal Institute

Started by Fractal Institute on Meet & Greet

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Last post September 15, 2017, 11:23:09 AM
by justintimmer