This one’s for mini-FP and his fascination with internet culture.
What is Fractal Wrongness?
The state of being wrong at every conceivable scale of resolution. That is, from a distance, a fractally wrong person’s worldview is incorrect; and furthermore, if you zoom in on any small part of that person’s worldview, that part is just as wrong as the whole worldview.
The first image to turn up online for seems to have been on deviantART from SilverUniverse:
Someone on ichan.com decided to get a bit more precision into the caption, but chose the fugliest red evah for the text:
Then somebody else came up with a different version using a somewhat Pythonesque fractal as the base:
P.S. There is no subtext to this post, I just happened to see the ichan.com version of the poster pop up in my feed-reader in an episode of Someone Is Wrong On The Internet which is not particularly relevant right now. In closing, I leave you with a picture of dancing Cossacks. Because I can.
P.P.S. I just remembered that I’ve been looking for a reason to post this pic since I saw it earlier in the week, and this is probably the closest to an on-topic opportunity I will have.
Know Your Meme: Your Argument Is Invalid