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Description: Deep in elephant valley (near 10300).
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Posted by: pauldelbrot March 21, 2019, 10:18:11 PM

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marcm200
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March 22, 2019, 12:00:41 PM
I noticed that the zoom level 10300 appears often in your images. Is that number special in any way?
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March 22, 2019, 03:29:17 PM
No; I just have this one elephant valley sequence that goes that deep, so the number comes up whenever an image from near the end of that sequence gets posted. :)
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March 23, 2019, 01:59:13 AM
Looks like a Buddhia's mandala.
Is it a Mandelbrot fractal?
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March 23, 2019, 03:31:45 AM
Yes, with this location:

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0.27533764774673799358866712482462788156671406989542628591627436306743751013023030130967197535665363986058288420463735384997362663584446169657773339617717365950286959762265485804783047336923365261060963100721927003791989610861331863571141065592841226995797739723012374298589823921181693139824190379745910243872940870200527114596661654505
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0.006759649405327850670181700456194929502189750234614304846357269137106731032582471677573582008294494705826194131450773107049670717146785957633119244225710271178867840504202402362491296317894835321064971518673775630252745135294700216673815790733343134984120108524001799351076577642283751627469315124883962453013093853471898311683555782404i

9e300
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March 23, 2019, 07:43:21 AM
Quote from: pauldelbrot
Yes, with this location:

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0.27533764774673799358866712482462788156671406989542628591627436306743751013023030130967197535665363986058288420463735384997362663584446169657773339617717365950286959762265485804783047336923365261060963100721927003791989610861331863571141065592841226995797739723012374298589823921181693139824190379745910243872940870200527114596661654505
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0.006759649405327850670181700456194929502189750234614304846357269137106731032582471677573582008294494705826194131450773107049670717146785957633119244225710271178867840504202402362491296317894835321064971518673775630252745135294700216673815790733343134984120108524001799351076577642283751627469315124883962453013093853471898311683555782404i

9e300


O miracle, this is a long arithmetic!
I urgently rework my algorithms to work with libraries with long arithmetic, since in my calculations of the fractal I use the type of extended (long double in C),  which ultimately limits the accuracy due to machine epsilon...
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March 25, 2019, 07:21:27 PM
@vasyan I think Paul used Ultrafractal, but you could use Mandel Machine or Kalles Fraktaler to test it too.

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