I notice that fractals resemble natural shapes such as leaves or rivers. Leaves and rivers are solutions to problems in themselves. A leaf is trying to distribute the water to the leaf while the leaf may become broken and the leaf needs to distribute the water efficiently. So this leads me to think, is a fractal a solution to a problem just as a leaf is a solution to a problem?
Are there solutions to math problems hidden in fractals?
Are there solutions to real world problems in fractals?
If so, do fractals provide any solutions to hard problems which would be difficult to solve otherwise? Any quick ways to solve problems with fractals?
I still think there is some potential to find solutions to problems within fractals, although no answer on this issue.