Is Arethusa Pool (New Zealand) and its island's the worlds only natural fractal lake? I was there with my family in January: it was a wonderful day, and very exciting for me - mathematically speaking. Arethusa Pool (and its island) is on Mou Waho Island, which is on Lake Wanaka, which is on the South Island of New Zealand, which is in the South Pacific Ocean. Water (the South Pacific Ocean), land (South Island New Zealand), water (lake Wanaka), land (Mou Waho Island) , water (Arethusa Pool), land (islands on Arethusa Pool); water in a puddle after rain (or when I filled it), land as small as a square centimeter inside the puddle, ..... water?? Arethusa Pool, and Lake Wanaka New Zealand 2015.
Update May 2017 This is by far my best idea; I have written it up in a working paper at my academia.edu and vixra , and named it: Quantum Mechanics, Information and Knowledge, all Aspects of Fractal Geometry and Revealed in an Understanding of Marginal Economics. I shall post the Abstract, followed by the original post, followed by the paper. I hope to have some collaborate and review my work in time. Abstract Fractal geometry is found universally and is said to be one of the best descriptions of our reality – from clouds and trees, to market price behaviour. As a fractal structure emerges – the repeating of a simple rule – it appears to share direct properties familiar to classical economics, including production, consumption, and equilibrium. This paper was an investigation into whether the mathematical principles behind ‘the market’ – known as marginalism – is an aspect or manifestation of a fractal geometry or attractor. Total and marginal areas (assumed to stand
Keywords: Public Goods, Internet, Media, Copyright, Market Failure, File Sharing, ePublic Goods An Explanation of the Mass Failure in the Market: the Internet – the Creator of ePublic Goods First published:October 9, 2010 Update: May 2017. Blair D. Macdonald. 2017 October: I see Bitcoin and any crypto current as an ePublic Good - it will fail. Abstract Media and entertainment industries are in decline; profitability down due to ‘freer access on computers. Is the internet producing ‘Public goods’ from what were Private goods? With respect to these goods and the Internet, the assumption used to classify ‘Private goods' and Public goods in an economy (the degree of excludability and rivalry) was analysed, and the respective industries tested for being Public Goods. It was concluded these goods within the entertainment/media industries are slowly being repositioned from what are termed 'private' or 'club'/'congestion' goods, to thei