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Our Fractal World: Seeing the Complexity
March 3 to March 17

Our Fractal World: Seeing the Complexity


With Molly Cate, Humanitarian Educator

Fractal geometry is the first mathematics to effectively model complex natural systems. The Euro-American built world is constructed of ideal symmetrical shapes (square, triangle, line) that produce convenience, but encourage misuse of air, water, soil and life. This course introduces a new paradigm, a fundamental shift: chaotic shapes concealing underlying order. No math experience or even comfort is necessary. We will manipulate concepts, not numbers.

Wed., March 3-17 • 10 a.m.-12 p.m.


$30 • Class #: 24194

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Molly Cate

Rev. Molly Cate

Rev. Molly Cate is a humanitarian educator passionate about history, science, and bridging the barriers between people holding clashing belief systems. She is the spiritual leader and often soloist for Unity of the Redwoods in Eureka, California. She has a master’s degree in consciousness studies from Holmes Institute in Santa Rosa, one in sociology from the University of California, Davis, and several certificates in cross-cultural competence.