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  Title:   Jones 2  
  Date Submitted:   January 2001  
  Submitted by:   Cameron L. Jones  
  Copyright:   Dr Cameron L. Jones  
  Address:   Dr. Cameron L. Jones
Centre for Mathematical Modelling & Chancellery
School of Mathematical Sciences
Swinburne University of Technology
John Street, Hawthorn, VIC 3122
  Fax:   +613 9819 0821  

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Title: Life on a Mesoscopic Nanosphere

Date: 2000
Artist: Cameron L. Jones
Image Size: 120,029 bytes
Image Dimensions: 480 x 360 pixels. Initial Rendering: 2560 x 1920 pixels.
Image Palette: Color

Image Description: All perfect circles obey Pi. If I imagine an evolving city of symmetrical, self-similar Pi replicators - then I can equally imagine lines of influence creating waves of force in five directions. My nanosphere then hides infinite numbered complexity, and seen from a certain angle, now looks to you like a square. A pixel without closure - bursting at one end into a binary bit stream (or pattern) of mesoscopic nanospheres. Is this quantum reality in nanospace?

Copyright Info: © Copyright 2000 Cameron L. Jones. For reprint permission or to purchase high-resolution inkjet prints at any resolution, please contact Cameron L. Jones at the Centre for Mathematical Modelling, Swinburne University of Technology.

Print Source(s): None
Online Source: None
File Name: mesonano.jpg

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