## Category Archives: Math

### Fractals are unfair

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Let's say you want to identify an arbitrary point in a segment (chosen with an uniform probability distribution). A more or less canonical way to do this is to split the segment in two equal halves, and write down a bit identifying which half; now the size of the set where the point is hidden […]