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God, Memes, and Saw: GOD IS A BINARY FRACTAL SELF-REPLICATING ALGORITHM FRACTALS THE UNIVERSE IS A GENETIC MATRIX RESULTING FROM THE EXISTENTIAL TENSION OF HIS DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE OF SELF @4biddenknowledge Here is my effort to explain the basics of fractals. This is the coding that the prime creator used to create everything that we perceive in this universe. We are living in a created fractal holographic matrix. All Fractals start with a process called iteration. An operation is repeated over and over again. Often a very simple formula gives rise to an incredibly complicated-appearing image. Most people who initially feel put off by looking at this passed high school algebra and did things that were much more difficult than this. You can start with the MandelbrotFormula: z=z^2 +c (z=z squared + c). This is really: z(new) = z(old) ^2+ c. For the Mandelbrot equation, z is set at the beginning and most often is (0,0). The c corresponds to the pixel- picture the computer screen with an x-axis horizontally and a y- axis vertically. So a point on the x-axis would be (2,0) and a point on the y-axis would be (0,2) and a point in the lower left would be (-2-,2). (The second number is actually multiplied by i, the square root of minus 1- more on this later.) (like very later when someone else is doing the writing) So to see what color a particular pixel turns out, you put it into the equation z= z^2 + c z(new) = z(old) ^2 + c. Start with the point (2,0) on the x axis. The second number is multiplied by i, the square root of minus one, so this number is 2+ 0i= 2. In the Mandelbrot equation, the z is set at the beginning and the pixel is going in at the c value. For z=0 and c=pixel=(2,0) z= 0^2 +2= 2 Then you put the 2 in for the old z and get a new new z- this is the iteration part. z= 2^2 +2=6 z=6^2+2=38 etc. Try another pixel- (-0.2,0.2) z=0^2 + (-0.2 +0.2i)= -0.2 + 0.2i z=(-0.2 + 0.2i)^2 +(-0.2 +0.2i) etc. The number of times you plug it into the formula is called the "maximum iterations" or maxiter- one of the things you can vary in the fractal program. 4biddenknowledge I saw an image post on @awakenedconsciouscollective that inspired me to make this post.
God, Memes, and Saw: GOD IS A BINARY FRACTAL
 SELF-REPLICATING ALGORITHM
 FRACTALS
 THE UNIVERSE IS A GENETIC MATRIX RESULTING
 FROM THE EXISTENTIAL TENSION OF HIS DESIRE FOR
 KNOWLEDGE OF SELF
 @4biddenknowledge
Here is my effort to explain the basics of fractals. This is the coding that the prime creator used to create everything that we perceive in this universe. We are living in a created fractal holographic matrix. All Fractals start with a process called iteration. An operation is repeated over and over again. Often a very simple formula gives rise to an incredibly complicated-appearing image. Most people who initially feel put off by looking at this passed high school algebra and did things that were much more difficult than this. You can start with the MandelbrotFormula: z=z^2 +c (z=z squared + c). This is really: z(new) = z(old) ^2+ c. For the Mandelbrot equation, z is set at the beginning and most often is (0,0). The c corresponds to the pixel- picture the computer screen with an x-axis horizontally and a y- axis vertically. So a point on the x-axis would be (2,0) and a point on the y-axis would be (0,2) and a point in the lower left would be (-2-,2). (The second number is actually multiplied by i, the square root of minus 1- more on this later.) (like very later when someone else is doing the writing) So to see what color a particular pixel turns out, you put it into the equation z= z^2 + c z(new) = z(old) ^2 + c. Start with the point (2,0) on the x axis. The second number is multiplied by i, the square root of minus one, so this number is 2+ 0i= 2. In the Mandelbrot equation, the z is set at the beginning and the pixel is going in at the c value. For z=0 and c=pixel=(2,0) z= 0^2 +2= 2 Then you put the 2 in for the old z and get a new new z- this is the iteration part. z= 2^2 +2=6 z=6^2+2=38 etc. Try another pixel- (-0.2,0.2) z=0^2 + (-0.2 +0.2i)= -0.2 + 0.2i z=(-0.2 + 0.2i)^2 +(-0.2 +0.2i) etc. The number of times you plug it into the formula is called the "maximum iterations" or maxiter- one of the things you can vary in the fractal program. 4biddenknowledge I saw an image post on @awakenedconsciouscollective that inspired me to make this post.

Here is my effort to explain the basics of fractals. This is the coding that the prime creator used to create everything that we perceive in...

America, Bones, and God: AN IIZI ISE. Lance Cpl. William "Kyle" Carpenter and Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio were on a rooftop in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on November 21, 2010 when they were attacked by enemy fighters. A live grenade landed on the roof next to both men, and without hesitation and with complete disregard for his own safety, Carpenter threw himself between the grenade and Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio. Eufrazio received a shrapnel injury to the head from the grenade, while Carpenter's body absorbed a majority of the explosion severely wounding him, but saving the life of Corporal Eufrazio. Carpenter suffered a depressed skull fracture requiring brain surgery, multiple broken bones in his face, lost a third of his lower jaw, a collapsed right lung, and shrapnel wounds in his extremities. Doctors at a nearby military hospital pronounced him dead on arrival, sure he wouldn't survive. He spent 2 ½ years in hospital and had over 40 surgeries. On June 19, 2014, Corporal Carpenter received the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor one can receive. A true American hero! We cannot thank you enough for your selfless service to your fellow Marine and to this country. 🇺🇸 God bless you @chiksdigscars Repost from @remembermilitary americanveterans veterans usveterans usmilitary usarmy supportveterans honorvets usvets america usa patriot uspatriot americanpatriot supportourtroops godblessourtroops ustroops americantroops semperfi military remembereveryonedeployed deplorables deployed starsandstripes americanflag usflag respecttheflag marines navy airforce
America, Bones, and God: AN IIZI ISE.
Lance Cpl. William "Kyle" Carpenter and Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio were on a rooftop in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on November 21, 2010 when they were attacked by enemy fighters. A live grenade landed on the roof next to both men, and without hesitation and with complete disregard for his own safety, Carpenter threw himself between the grenade and Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio. Eufrazio received a shrapnel injury to the head from the grenade, while Carpenter's body absorbed a majority of the explosion severely wounding him, but saving the life of Corporal Eufrazio. Carpenter suffered a depressed skull fracture requiring brain surgery, multiple broken bones in his face, lost a third of his lower jaw, a collapsed right lung, and shrapnel wounds in his extremities. Doctors at a nearby military hospital pronounced him dead on arrival, sure he wouldn't survive. He spent 2 ½ years in hospital and had over 40 surgeries. On June 19, 2014, Corporal Carpenter received the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor one can receive. A true American hero! We cannot thank you enough for your selfless service to your fellow Marine and to this country. 🇺🇸 God bless you @chiksdigscars Repost from @remembermilitary americanveterans veterans usveterans usmilitary usarmy supportveterans honorvets usvets america usa patriot uspatriot americanpatriot supportourtroops godblessourtroops ustroops americantroops semperfi military remembereveryonedeployed deplorables deployed starsandstripes americanflag usflag respecttheflag marines navy airforce

Lance Cpl. William "Kyle" Carpenter and Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio were on a rooftop in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on November 21, 20...

Clothes, Complex, and Facebook: HOW TRAINING AFFECTS THE BRAIN I G LEGION S PRODUCTION BEFORE AFTER 🔥🤔HOW TRAINING AFFECTS THE BRAIN. Founder 👉: @king_khieu. As we may already know, regular exercise may bring a wide range of benefits to our health including improved blood flow, boosted immune system, stronger lung capacity, lower risk of health conditions and disease, etc. But one thing that many people don't know is that exercise can greatly boost and benefit the nervous system; brain. Here is a list of some of those advantages. 1 - Improves cognitive abilities which includes organizing, ling term thinking, focusing on complex tasks and activity. 2 - Helps reduce stress by lowering cortisol levels. 3 - Increase production of BDNF or brain derived neurotropic factor leading to stimulation of growth and regeneration of brain cells. 4 - Improves memory power through increased blood flow to the brain and function. 5 - Helps fight and alleviate anxiety and depression. So, based on what we see above. This may give you another incentive to workout. Thoughts? 🤔Opinions? What do you guys think? COMMENT BELOW! Athlete: @aaron_nimmo. TAG SOMEONE who needs to lift! _________________ Looking for unique gym clothes? Use our 10% discount code: LEGIONS10🔑 on Ape Athletics 🦍 fitness apparel! The link is in our 👆 bio! _________________ Principal 🔥 account: @fitness_legions. Facebook ✅ page: Legions Production. @legions_production🏆🏆🏆 . . . . . . . run running runner athlete athletes athletic sport sports calves quadzilla striations quads quad quadriceps hamstrings glutes backworkout back backday chest chestday chestworkout traps delts shoulder shoulders pecs shreds shred shredz 🔑LINK IN BIO!
Clothes, Complex, and Facebook: HOW TRAINING AFFECTS THE BRAIN
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 BEFORE
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🔥🤔HOW TRAINING AFFECTS THE BRAIN. Founder 👉: @king_khieu. As we may already know, regular exercise may bring a wide range of benefits to our health including improved blood flow, boosted immune system, stronger lung capacity, lower risk of health conditions and disease, etc. But one thing that many people don't know is that exercise can greatly boost and benefit the nervous system; brain. Here is a list of some of those advantages. 1 - Improves cognitive abilities which includes organizing, ling term thinking, focusing on complex tasks and activity. 2 - Helps reduce stress by lowering cortisol levels. 3 - Increase production of BDNF or brain derived neurotropic factor leading to stimulation of growth and regeneration of brain cells. 4 - Improves memory power through increased blood flow to the brain and function. 5 - Helps fight and alleviate anxiety and depression. So, based on what we see above. This may give you another incentive to workout. Thoughts? 🤔Opinions? What do you guys think? COMMENT BELOW! Athlete: @aaron_nimmo. TAG SOMEONE who needs to lift! _________________ Looking for unique gym clothes? Use our 10% discount code: LEGIONS10🔑 on Ape Athletics 🦍 fitness apparel! The link is in our 👆 bio! _________________ Principal 🔥 account: @fitness_legions. Facebook ✅ page: Legions Production. @legions_production🏆🏆🏆 . . . . . . . run running runner athlete athletes athletic sport sports calves quadzilla striations quads quad quadriceps hamstrings glutes backworkout back backday chest chestday chestworkout traps delts shoulder shoulders pecs shreds shred shredz 🔑LINK IN BIO!

🔥🤔HOW TRAINING AFFECTS THE BRAIN. Founder 👉: @king_khieu. As we may already know, regular exercise may bring a wide range of benefits to our...