Fractal speed can be demonstrated by drawing the Koch snowflake freehand. This is rather slow and timely; a much faster method is with modern computer as shown below. The speed is thus limited by the processing power of production. I have published in early entries on the production of the fractal. The average modern computer (in 2011) cannot produce many more than 7 iterations – in one view or 'fractal paradigm' – before the computer crashes. To produce more, or see more, we must zoom – forward and into and fractal.
The maximum zoom fractal speed must be 'Maxwell’s' – speed of light.
It maybe that at the maximum fractal speed – the speed of light? – the fractal is also at a 'perfect' state of superposition where there is no reference points – and thus no connection to time.