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No matter how chaotic life gets, with all regularity gone to bits, another fundamental bulwark often remains unshaken, rising above the turbulent chaos: self-similarity, an invariance with respect to scaling; in other words, invariance not with additive translations, but invariance with multiplicative changes of scale. The fact that scaling usually has a limit does no harm to the usefulness of "thinking self-similar", just as the lack of strict periodity is no great impediment in the real world. In a sense, self-similarity is akin to periodicity on a logarithmic scale.

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