• Re: 10^4141 zoom!

    From Volney@21:1/5 to Chris M. Thomasson on Sat Feb 3 22:05:00 2024
    On 2/3/2024 3:10 PM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
    On 2/2/2024 5:10 PM, Myatt Mozhar Batura wrote:
    Chris M. Thomasson wrote:

    On 2/2/2024 7:54 AM, Mac Jing Kuang wrote:
    Volney wrote:

    On 2/1/2024 1:15 AM, Chris M. Thomasson wrote:
    Nice! https://youtu.be/Xjy_HSUujaw

    That's pretty wild! Although I did skip forward frequently. I'd guess >>>>> the hardest part in making that is actually finding a point where you >>>>> could iterate that much without being clearly inside or outside the

    i was prekindergarten doing crap like that in assembler on 8 bit
    computers. But you don't undrestand what is going on, asking that

    How deep did you zoom? Keep in mind that it requires arbitrary

    you can't zoom "deep" due register/computer limitation plus math
    bifurcation, etc. Yet another one not undrestanding what he does in
    physics. Using tables, as I suspect he does, then zooming makes no sense.
    It's a fake zoom. Not real.

    You have used arbitrary precision before, right?

    You do know this is just the nymshifter trying to mess with you. It
    probably doesn't even know what the Mandelbrot set is, at least didn't
    before its first response to this thread.

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