Fractal Abstract: 36x24; 30x20; 24x16; 18x12; 12x8; 6x4; 25.71 MP
We have only begun to understand the implications of quantum mechanical manipulations in the physical world. The quantum interface enhancement was intended to improve the accuracy of this first true network quantum computer. It was recognized only later that the interface had helped release the until then only "potential" quantum insects and other creepy crawlers. Despite only three exposures to the worldwide web, they rapidly infested all networks worldwide. Part electric, part organic, partly here, partly elsewhere in another dimension, these conditional creatures began to wreak havoc on almost all networks.
The most quickly recognized offender and still the most dangerous quantum critter is the Quantum Glow Worm. Its "closed-loop quantum coils" act as focused magnet-like fields that somehow induce sympathetic electron flow in a closed loop, crippling logic pathways beyond repair.
The glow worm is shown (best guess of course) in this fractal abstract in the act of materializing in our world within the computer network. Fractal fun forever!
Doug Morgan; Morgan Fractals Iowa City; 12252014
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