At this site:
<fractals.al> you can see "divinely" beautiful pictures of Nature, ***including plants,*** illustrating the concept of Fractals.
(BTW, this is the first time I have run into a two-letter site. Is this new?)
As a card-carrying non-mathematician, I have always harbored a mystic reverance for Fractals. Though not a religious believer, I still wonder how anything that wondrous could exist.
If you're new to the term, here's the URL to Benoit Mandelbrot, the "discoverer" of Fractals <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benoit_Mandelbrot>.
(Mandelbrot spent so much of his employer's money on plane tickets so he could observe cloud formations, that they finally pulled his privileges.)
he could observe cloud formations, that they finally pulled his privileges.)
Regarding two-letter top-level-domains (TLDs), national TLDs are all
two-letter. See <http://www.norid.no/domenenavnbaser/domreg.html .
On Monday, November 4, 2013 8:47:50 PM UTC-8, David E. Ross wrote:
No wonder I got only foreign language hits by inputting <.al>. That's Al-effing-bania!
Wikipedia is your friend... Do check out the site; the visuals of plants, etc. are unbelievable.
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