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    When Particles Collide
    When particles collides, what do we see? A glimpse of infinity? Jared Tarbell explores simulated particle collisions through an open source software called Processsing.

    Check out his other work such as the buddhabrot.

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    fishingpoet     Wed, Jan 2, 2008  Permanent link
    They seem to remind me of what you might find exploring ocean depths. Interesting the faces that exist in the organization of the collision. Interesting the organization. Nothing destroyed. Simply (complexly?) displaced/shifted/re-organized/re-defined.


     
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