“Bare trees in winter look like estuaries of rivers and like anatomical drawings of the human circulatory system.”
N. Lesmoir-Gordon, W. Rood & R. Edney, Fractals a Graphic Guide
“I knew I’d shattered the balance of the day, the spacious calm of this beach on which I had been happy.”
Albert Camus, The Stranger
Perhaps we believe that the human world is in constant chaos.
But perhaps those who say that the world is mathematical perfection are right. This confidence is probably based on mathematical formulas and models. And they are suitable only for scientists.
For ordinary people it seems that the most important are signs and symbols with whom they meet every day. So as not to violate the perfect living space, humans should be more vigilant and careful.