Registered: Jun 2005
Found something interesting
this surprising image was generated by a simple one line non-recursive function that you yourself could do on graph paper. There are a few very interesting anomalies about this:
Val Smith has attached this image:
1.None of the "Hieroglyphs" were designed by a man or a machine.
2.Restating 1: This is not a FONT.
3.This is a static map, a graph of f(x,y)
not a cellular automaton.
4.By coincidence the function has two constants, one of which is 23. 23 "appears" in the graph, but the other, 13, does not.
5. The appearance of "23" is as strange as if you dropped 23 marbles on the floor and they landed in
the form of the numerals 2 and 3.
6.The glyphs do look like a language don't they?
I see churches, houses, bridges, hearts, crosses,
and little people, as well as the numerals 2 and 3.
This and things like it can come from just a few logic gates, even directly connected to a TV!
NO Memory was required to generate this,
The "color" of any dot can be calculated
with one expression using it's coordinates.
however since it's on the internet, it had to get there through a computer.
This makes me wonder if there is a function to generate the bible, since this looks like
"information from no where", more interesting
to look at than digits of pi.
I don't remember the function except it used
Exclusive-OR, AND, and the numbers 13 and 23,
coordinates X,Y, and it was a "one-liner".
If something is zero, and zero is nothing, then something must be nothing.
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