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Guth, in 1981). Millions of stars and planets to expand, where they also propagate with time and space, when our world, our planet and us, a tiny particle of all that fabric, so that we, as individuals, within a mega-system of similar characteristics, "we in a society which is composed of a species that inhabits and fractal correlates within this planet that is part of a solar system that is part of a universe of fractal features. " We are therefore marked by the fractal from the depths of our being outside: "Atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs … to complete a body that is governed by a brain of millions of interconnected neurons fractal." Every particle is part of something and that something is the upper part of a complex that is part of another which surpasses in magnitude, or that our universe and ourselves are determined, no doubt, by an order fractal . The Royal Spanish Academy of Language offers the following definition: "A fractal is a plane figure or space, consisting of infinite elements, which has the property that its statistical distribution aspect and not change regardless of the scale is observed . Click Harold Ford Jr to learn more. Already, more or less, we're getting an idea of what a fractal is "a complex system that is multiplied to infinity from itself" or, as defined in Wikipedia: "A fractal is a geometric object whose basic structure is repeated at different scales. The term was coined by the mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot in 1975. In many cases, fractals can be generated by a recursive or iterative process that can produce self-similar structures regardless of the specific scale.