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This piece of math jewelry is perfect for anyone who's a little more unconventional. The unique golden rhodonite spacer beads, with their flash of iron pyrite, are the perfect complement to Feigenbaum's chaotic, sometimes obtuse first constant.

According to the all-knowing Wiki, The first Feigenbaum constant "is the limiting ratio of each bifurcation interval to the next, or between the diameters of successive circles on the real axis of the Mandelbrot set." In other words, "in a period doubling cascade, such as the logistic equation...Look at the ratio of distances between consecutive doubling parameter values; let delta[n] = (r[n+1]-r[n])/(r[n+2]-r[n+1]). Then the limit as n goes to infinity is Feigenbaum's [first] constant."

*Materials used: hematite, golden rhodonite, stainless steel
*Length: ~8" (on the larger side for a bracelet)
*Clasp: toggle-style

Math Jewelry - Feigenbaum's First Gray and Pink Constant Bracelet


  • Materials: hematite, rhodonite, iron pyrite
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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