Re: Is the Mandelbrot Set real?

Hara Ra (
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 01:10:02 -0700

John K Clark wrote:
> >with the Mandeobrot Fractal, we may explore admittedly inexact
> >representations to the degree that our computational resources allow.
> >However, this does not say the Mandelbrot Set exists as a complete
> >object somewhere, only that we can explore some aspects of it in a
> >finite manner.

> but you got Mandelbrot wrong.

Nice response, but I don't understand how I got Mandelbrot wrong. I am
that IMO the platonic notion that the entire Mandelbrot set exists is
and what is real is our limited representations of same in our physical
which are finite.

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