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"Heart of the Fractal," by Stephen Ren

This image is centered on 0.170938545, and is magnified 6000x from the original fractal. This figure can be found repeated in many areas along the real axis, though it is often deeply blurred in a larger figure. This image is generated with 400 iterations of tetration. See hi-resolution versions of Tetration Fractals. --- Stephen Ren

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