### Price Inflation and the Fractal Coastline Paradox

If you are interested in a further explanation of inflation, that adds to this, it may be found in the fractal; the geometry of chaos and the geometry of our time. I think the geometry of an economy is a fractal and 'inflation' is akin to the fractal coastline paradox. I can show the 'growth' and 'development' of the fractal directly corresponds to Marginal theory. The fractal demonstrates demand/utility curves and supply/ cost with equilibrium. A market, I think, is a fractal; a complex system built on simple rules that repeat at all scales. I have found that the fractal's growth over time is exponential and can produce a perfect Lorenz curve from the uneven distribution of its parts. The fractals Gini increases with its growth, inextricably - just like the real economy. On inflation, if an economy is assumed a fractal 'Inflation' may be akin to the coastline paradox of fractal mathematics. The length of the coastline is fractal and is determined