they keep falling...RAIN & SNOWFLAKES
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When Wilson Bentley died in 1931, his hometown newspaper eulogized him thus: "Longfellow said that genius is infinite painstaking. John Ruskin declared that genius is only a superior power of seeing. Wilson Bentley was a living example of this type of genius." A fine accolade for a photographer. Born in Vermont to a family prosperous…
Wilson Alwyn "Snowflake" Bentley (1865-1931) Snowflake Curve: When Wilson Bentley began to study snowflakes in the late 1800s no one knew that they would become a key component to computer programming, physics, and geometry. Today scientists, mathematicians,and artists are embracing the idea of Fractals. Snowflakes are examples of fractals in nature.