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MikeHelland


Registered: Dec 2003
Posts: 181

Why do my monads always split into clusters of two?

I use an algorithm that manipulate monads.

I begin with 50+ randomly placed monads.

They always seem to break into groups of two.

The rules, the initial conditions, and some of the results I've gotten
are accessible here:

http://cloudmusiccompany.com/science/research.htm

My question is, why do the monads split into clusters of two?

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