A fractal-like structure is produced for by superposing plots of Carotid-Kundalini Functions of different orders . The region is called Fractal Land
by Pickover (1995), the central region the Gaussian Mountain Range, and the region Oscillation
Land. The plot above shows to 25. Gaps in Fractal Land occur whenever

for and Relatively Prime Integers. At such points , the functions assume the values for , 1, ..., , where is the Ceiling Function and is the Floor Function.

**References**

Pickover, C. A. ``Are Infinite Carotid-Kundalini Functions Fractal?''
Ch. 24 in *Keys to Infinity.* New York: Wiley, pp. 179-181, 1995.

© 1996-9

1999-05-26