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Q16: What are plasma clouds?  
A16: They are a Fractint fractal and are similar to fractal mountains.  
Instead of a 2-d table of heights, the result is a 2-d table of intensities.  
They are formed by repeatedly subdividing squares.  
  
Network resources:  
  
http://climate.gsfc.nasa.gov/~cahalan/FractalClouds/FractalClouds.html   
Fractal Clouds Reference (calahan@clouds.gsfc.nasa.gov)   
  
http://ivory.nosc.mil/html/trancv/html/cloud-fract.html   
Fractal generated clouds (cahalan@clouds.gsfc.nasa.gov)   
  

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