Continental Express: Collaboration with LJ Maxx's Fractal

Syd Baker

Kansas City, United States

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Recently discovered, the planet commonly referred to as Fast Lane has a collection of huge continents that all orbit the planet’s core inside the atmosphere; some of the more porous rock orbits higher and even more rapidly than the more dense strata, but all move the same direction constantly and at a very high rate of speed. This one is more than 2 kilometers above the water, traveling at over 700 kilometers per hour, which makes it very risky to try to study in detail, and no one has successfully landed on any of them to see if any residents come out to say hello. Scientists disagree as to whether these are made structures or naturally shaped so strangely.

This is LJ Maxx’s fractal that I converted to a terraine object in Vue:

And here is her original, repeated X-4:

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