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August 29, 2014

( look closely and you will see 3 other tigers in the face of the tiger )

One fine sunny day the tiger revealed itself to be a fractal creature, comprised of same structure no matter how fine a scale you looked at him. It was self-similar on every level, like a Mandelbrot set or a Koch curve.

Now the world understood why the tigers were so fearsome and powerful, for you didn’t do battle against just one tiger but against an infinite array of them.


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  1. Been bit by a mountain lion, but not a tiger (thank goodness).

    • really? tell me about it Pam – I’m fascinated by big cats! We don’t have pumas here!

      • Some day I’ll post the story. In Arizona we call them mountain lions. Same thing (I think) as a puma. Yes, it’s a true story. I was always getting into trouble when I was in my twenties. I will say this. Since I love cats and have been a domestic cat owner, I instinctively grabbed it by the mane and said, “Bad kitty.”

        • that’s an amazing story Pam – you should definitely write it down and share it with the rest of us. I’d love to hear more about it.

          • That’s sweet, Boris, but you never visit me, so why would I do that? Actually, I think I posted it on Gather, but you never visited me there. Yes, I am a loyal fan of yours.

            • I didn’t know you very well on Gather Pam, but I’d be happy to take a look at your stories here – just point me the right way, and I’ll do that!

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